October 24, 2012

The Neocons' Long Game

Matthew Duss, The American Prospect

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Romney may have backed away from his party's most powerful foreign policy contingent in last night's debate, but don't expect the fuzzy moderate feelings to last if he ends up in the White House.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, 2012, United States, neoconservatism

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