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Obama Beyond the Sound Bite

By E.J. Dionne - September 4, 2014

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WASHINGTON -- In 1937, Franklin Roosevelt went to Chicago to give one of the most celebrated speeches of his presidency. Pushing against isolationist sentiment, he condemned the "unjustified interference in the internal affairs of other nations" and "the invasion of alien territory in violation of treaties." He didn't mention Nazi Germany, fascist Italy or imperial Japan, but everyone knew what...

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