The politics of anti-interventionism

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March 17, 2013
by Justin Raimondo  
Posted in Commentary

"The neocons are absolutely right to be fearful of the junior Senator from Kentucky. Rand Paul managed to combine the conservative critique of untrammeled state power with the distinctively libertarian critique of our interventionist foreign policy, showing how the neocon program of perpetual war abroad must at some point lead to the end of constitutional law at home. It is a powerful case that rings true with all the elements needed to forge a new national coalition -- one that can wrest power from the War Party."  

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