Republicans: Conservative-Progressive-Liberal

"In the eyes of the world," George Romney told a Cleveland audience last week, the U.S. has become "the practical successor of 19th century white colonialism. Our motives were good, but we fell into the ancient trap of rich and powerful men and nations. We relied too heavily on the material fruits of our progress. Great as our power is, we cannot by ourselves be a police force everywhere."

As a front runner for the 1968 Republican presidential nomination, Michigan's Governor plainly feels that the time has come to grope his way into the unfamiliar arena of foreign policy. His...

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