American idle

Reed, Bruce
March 2005
Blueprint;Mar2005, Vol. 2005 Issue 1, p25
Comments on the desire of the U.S. public to reach for a higher purpose and heroism. Contrast between World War II and the war of the U.S. against terrorism; Details of the book "Return to Greatness: How America Lost Its Sense of Purpose and What It Needs to Do to Recover It," by Alan Wolfe; Leadership actions that Democrats should do.


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