Against John McCain's Foreign Policy -- Video -- Part 7 of 9

G. Stolyarov II
 
Issue CLXXV - October 26, 2008
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The seventh part of Mr. Stolyarov’s video presentation in opposition to John McCain’s foreign policy ideas draws parallels between the ideas of McCain and those of his admitted role model, Theodore Roosevelt, whose aggressive militarism encouraged some of the first major departures from non-interventionism in American foreign policy. Theodore Roosevelt completely abandoned the ideas of America’s Founders and rejected individual liberty, commerce, “over-civilization,” and “fear of righteous war” as damaging influences. If there is a problem with machismo in the United States today, Teddy Roosevelt is one reason why this problem exists. Another president following Theodore Roosevelt’s philosophy would bring about disastrous consequences of the highest possible magnitude.    

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


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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.