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James Jay Carafano: A strong and focused foreign policy

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One leader was a confirmed interventionist. The other held that multiple treaties and binding arbitration were the surest path to world peace. These divergent views on foreign affairs -- and other issues as well -- split the Right in 1912 and landed the "progressive" Woodrow Wilson in the White House. Will that same scenario play out in 2016? In today's foreign policy debates, many...