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NY Times editorialist David Brooks critiques Howard Dean's foreign policy speech from a wide-angle view, then contrasts it with Bush's worldview.

And his conclusion is right on the money:

In the world Dean describes, people, other than a few bizarre terrorists, would be working together if not for Bush. In the Dean worldview, all problems are matters of technique and negotiation.

Dean tried yesterday to show how sober and serious he could be. In fact, he has never appeared so much the dreamer, so clueless about the intellectual and cultural divides that really do confront us and with which real presidents have to grapple.


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