Report From The World: Cleveland, Jan. 9,10,11.

What does the rest of the world expect of the U.S.? What is the U.S. going to do about it?

On the answers to those two questions will hang issues of war or peace, of economic reconstruction or decline—indeed, the shape of the world for the next two or three decades. How the U.S. meets the international responsibilities its great power imposes on it will be determined not by one or two men but by the American people. In accepting its new role in world affairs the U.S. public has shown an unprecedented interest in the details of foreign policy.

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