Barbarian Sentiments: How The American Century Ends

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Barbarian Sentiments: How The American Century Ends

By William Pfaff
Hill and Wang, 1989
198 pp. $19.95

This provocative and sophisticated meditation on America's relationship to the world over the past 50 years stresses self-delusion and "intellectual confusion." Mr. Pfaff concludes that in order to get our internal intellectual, moral and material affairs in order, "isolation could be good for the country."

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