This long-awaited volume by the Chairman of the Senate’s Committee on Foreign Relations is intensely disappointing. It provides an eloquent but rambling sample of the Senator’s rhetoric on a number of subjects. Unfortunately, it gives no answer to the two questions that are most frequently asked about this laconic Southern dissident:
1) How did so characteristic a conservative Dixiecrat come to be identified as the leader of the liberal and “peace̶...
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