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United States--Foreign relations


Many scholars and citizens agree that recent United States foreign policy has led the country into global involvement, but there is wide disagreement as to the implications of this. In this appraisal of the general concept of globalism the author hopes to show that, no matter how the United States got involved in global politics, it can in a way be justified on the basis of the national interest and that, although there is an urgent need for change in U.S. foreign policy, it cannot now be done on a unilateral basis.

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