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18) While Pearl Harbor doomed their efforts, Bryan's non-interventionism remained a viable, if temporarily dormant, worldview in the post-1945 era.
Up until now, one of the main obstacles to accepting Realpolitik as political philosophy and non-interventionism as a diplomatic strategy has been the uncomfortable sense that both principles amount to a selfish preservation of internal interests.
For historical reasons the OAU insists on the intertwined principles of the sanctity of established national borders and non-interventionism.
Clearly, the HKMA reached the bruits of its traditional policy of positive non-interventionism.
The principles I stand for - limited government, non-interventionism, respect for individual rights, and strict adherence to the Constitution - have a long and proud tradition in the Republican Party.
His books include melancholy reflections on the disappearance of small-town life (Dispatches From the Muckdog Gazette); a profound study of America's localist writers, artists, and thinkers (Look Homeward, America); brilliant accounts of American non-interventionism and antiwar conservatism (America First
The new organization is designed to continue spreading his message of "freedom, sound money, non-interventionism, and free markets.
Preventive war is not merely a departure from the Old Right non-interventionism of Robert Taft or the cautious internationalism of Dwight Eisenhower.

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