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The 11% Majority.

Hardly a Democratic presidential debate has transpired without Sen. Bernie Sanders criticizing former Vice President Joe Biden for his vote authorizing the Iraq War. It's a fair criticism, and one that Sanders, who opposed the war as a congressman, is well positioned to make. But as the Vermont socialist edges inexorably closer to clinching the party's nomination, why hasn't Bidenor any of the other candidatesconfronted him with some version of the following?

"OK, Bernie, let's grant that the Iraq War was a catastrophe, and that you were right in opposing it. But when it came to the most important foreign policy issue of the second half of the 20th centurythe attempt to enslave humanity by totalitarian communist dictatorshipsyou were, at best, a passive observer, but more accurately a fellow traveler."

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Author:Kirchick, James
Publication:Tablet Magazine
Date:Feb 26, 2020
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