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Grand old policy

A scholar argues that Bush's doctrine of preemption has deep roots in American history

By Laura Secor
Globe Staff / February 8, 2004

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EVERY PRESIDENT makes foreign policy. Only a select few, over the sweep of history, design what scholars term grand strategy. (Full Article: 1828 Words)

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