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America's Purpose: Visions Of U.S. Foreign Policy
America's Purpose: Visions Of U.S. Foreign Policy
Edited by Owen Harries
ICS Press, 1991, 175 pp.

Although there are a variety of views in these 16 short essays by pundits and politicians predominantly of conservative bent, the strongest theme is for reordering priorities from international to domestic affairs. For example, Jeane Kirkpatrick: "The end of the Cold War frees time, attention and resources for American needs."