Morgenthau Lectures (1981–2006): The Future of the United States as a Great Power

May 26, 1996

Renowned International Herald Tribune columnist William Pfaff points to the danger the United States will face if it continues to hark back to a mythical, isolationist past. He urges American leaders to take up the moral and political responsibility demanded of a great power, which includes encouraging the nation's citizens to remain informed about the wider world.

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