Common fallacies about anti-interventionism

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February 22, 2012
by Justin Raimondo  
Posted in Commentary

"The charge that opponents of our policy of global intervention are 'isolationists' is a non sequitur: that is, it does not follow from the anti-interventionist premise, which is that our interests are best served by steering clear of foreign wars of aggression. To rule out military aggression is not to abjure other, less intrusive relations: trade, for one. Indeed, a warlike policy would seem to rule out expansive trade relations with a great part of the world outside our system of alliances and protectorates." (02/22/12)  

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