As candidates emerges and begin to define their agendas, pundits weigh in on who would be good for a specific demographic. Too many view the candidates through the prism of their special interest whatever that may be. Too many candidates are either torn or unclear about what America’s interests are and how to advance those interests abroad.
Angelo Codevilla’s final book examines how John Quincy Adams defined America’s interests and advanced a foreign policy that transcended presidencies and partisan shifts for nearly a century. He then shows how losing sight of guiding principles leads to appeasement or provocation with tragic results.
Every candidate for higher office should read this book and consider what putting “America first” looks like in practice.
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