Why America Is Saying 'No'

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Author(s) Peggy Noonan
Source The Wall Street Journal
Date September 6, 2013
URL http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324577304579057420154706690.html
Quotes-start.png Iraq and Afghanistan didn't go well, Libya is lawless. In Egypt we threw over a friend of 30 years to embrace the future. The future held the Muslim Brotherhood, unrest and a military coup. Americans have grown more hard-eyed—more bottom-line and realistic, less romantic about foreign endeavors, and more concerned about an America whose culture and infrastructure seem to be crumbling around them. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position United States should intervene on the topic Syrian civil war.