Sunday, August 01, 2004

Reviewing the Claremont Reviewers by Marcus Verhaegh

In the ‘Leo Strauss and American Foreign Policy’ essay Thomas G. West points out that it is odd to see neoconservatives as tied to Strauss, given that some of the things that Strauss said suggest that his views on foreign policy were rather tamer than the William Kristol approach of ‘national greatness’ through military subjugation of threats to ‘global democracy.’

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