The Ebb and Flow of Global Liberty

By Michael Novak, The American Spectator

This essay is the ninth in a ten-part series being published in successive issues of The American Spectator under the general title, “The Pursuit of Liberty: Can the Ideals That Made America Great Provide a Model for the World?”

(Also in The American Spectator’s Pursuit of Liberty series: Daniel Johnson’s “Storks Are Landing,” Fouad Ajami’s “Liberty for Strangers,” Natan Sharansky and Rod Dermer’s “The Case for Freedom,” and Victor Davis Hanson’s “Armies for Democracy — Past, Present, and Future.” To read the first five essays in the series, please click here.)

There is no way around it: America’s efforts to promote freedom in the world and protect her own security from Islamic extremism are ultimately dependent on success in Iraq.


September 10, 2007 | Comments Off on The Ebb and Flow of Global Liberty

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