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Nicholas ConfessoreIn U.S. vs. Them, Scoblic, the executive editor of The New Republic, argues persuasively that neoconservatism isn't the problem—plain old conservatism is. For Scoblic, the Bush administration's habits of foreign affairs—its distrust of international institutions, its conviction that "good" and "evil" nations cannot coexist in the world—are part of an inglorious tradition of bad ideas that dates to the years of the cold war, when Barry Goldwater lobbied against building a Moscow-Washington hot line.
—The New York Times