Franklin Roosevelt understood that our foreign policy required both America’s military strength and a commitment to be a beacon for the developing world. Among his famous Four Freedoms was freedom from want. On this show, David Woolner, Senior Fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, talks with Burt about the applicability of such values and priorities in 2012 and beyond. What has our primarily military approach gotten us in the last ten years? Is there a better way to defeat terrorism and ensure our security? How can we re-establish America’s pre-eminence in the world? Listen in!

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