See Liberalism Shrink

See Liberalism Shrink

As Charles Krauthammer recounts in this collection of his essays, he came to the New Republic in the late 1970s because, “uniquely among intellectual organs, the New Republic was trying to rescue liberalism from its drift toward defeatist isolationism, and from its growing confusion as to American purpose.” This was a mission on which Krauthammer quickly took the point, becoming the magazine’s primary advocate for reviving the perspective of “liberal internationalism . . . whose pedigree,” he laments, “stretches from Harry Truman through Henry Jackson and, alas, no further.”

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