Against John McCain's Foreign Policy -- Video -- Part 6 of 9

G. Stolyarov II
Issue CLXXV - October 25, 2008
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The sixth part of Mr. Stolyarov’s video presentation in opposition to John McCain’s foreign policy ideas compares McCain’s views with those of the American Founders – including George Washington and Thomas Jefferson – as well as men such as Andrew Jackson, Grover Cleveland, and Ronald Reagan. All of these individuals largely advocated a liberty-respecting, non-interventionist foreign policy that predominated during the first 130-140 years of American history ((1776-1917) or some subset of that time span, depending on the qualifications that are made). A non-interventionist foreign policy is not an isolationist one and embraces trade and cultural exchange. However, such a policy – which John McCain does not follow – endeavors to avoid entangling alliances and other unfulfillable worldwide commitments.

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See Mr. Stolyarov’s “A Critique of John McCain’s Ideas on Foreign Policy.

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Learn about Mr. Stolyarov's novel, Eden against the Colossus, here.

Read Mr. Stolyarov's comprehensive treatise, A Rational Cosmology, explicating such terms as the universe, matter, space, time, sound, light, life, consciousness, and volition, here.

Read Mr. Stolyarov's four-act play, Implied Consent, a futuristic intellectual drama on the sanctity of human life, here.