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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

JL -v i. THURSDAY. JULY 6. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 Suit Filed To Void English For Aliens Woman's Touch l>> >1 rs. Ida A Pc %rvz Home Demonstration Agent ?mnxmiiiiiiiniiiiminiiii nnii!irfe BROWNSVHjLE — A suit to declare unconstitutional Eng- lish language requirements for aliens seeking to become Unit- ed States citizens was filed Wednesday in United States Dis- trict Court here. The suit asks that a three- judge federal district court be convened to consider the con- stitutionality of federal law and regulations requiring that ap- plicants for naturalization speak, read and write English and use English in exams de- signed to test their knowledge of the government and history of the United States. The English language re- quirements does not apply to aliens who were 50 years of age or older and who had resided in the US at least 20 years as of Dec. 24, 1952 or to aliens physically unable to read, write or speak. The suit alleges that granting naturalization to th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

H I If . 1 TASTB-TEMPTING M + * * ^cklFFOM*v .DISHWASHING* LIQUID * COOKOUT STANDBY! LIGHT BEEF FIRST COME FIRST SERVED STEAK SEVEN STEAK ^ x SHOULDER STEAK * CHUCK STEAK RIBS VAL-U-MART BIG BUYS VIVA fi (liffoii Wf F I < .•pipsi toii* * - * ~00 * VINYL * * / FLOOR COVERING * 9'XI2' ROLL .* S A95 CHARCOAL STEAK"07""" .89' SWISS STEAK " " 1..95* RIB STEAK "" .87* BRISKETPR0TEN BEEF end cuT .49' GROUND ROUND LUNCH MEATswift bolognasalami 17 °z pKc EACH 68^ SAUSAGESWIFT sausage br°wn and serve all kinds PICNIC SW!"'"E"T «$2.66 FRANKS " : ™ . EACH 59* FROZFN FOODS HARRISS CHERRIES"" pkg.35* ONIONS™""BUNch10 BEETS BUNc„15 ORANGES ^m i S3' FISHERBOY STICKS „ .js.''.. Cn wdiuA woto MILK r (10 SMALL OR 5 TALL) $1.00 COOKING OIL™" ca.O41.99 PEACHES UBBrNo2l2"N 3,„,$1.00 60W> 1* PEAS NORTHERN BEANS BUTTER . BEANS GOLDEN & WHITE HOMINY PORK & BEANS

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

WHITE WING DO ALL YOUR FOOD SHOPPING HERE DIAL SOAP FLOUR MiLLORINE00 0E |ER E CLEANSER CATSUP DETERGENT 25 LB. BAG 1/2 GAL. COMET DEL MONTE PUNCH $1.79 3 $1.00 15< 25< 69' REG. SIZE' 14 OZ. GT. SIZE * COOKING OILk""t qts>ZE69* 22 OZ. * CHIFFON DISHWASHING LIQ. '• TOMATO SAUCE ...10' /SCREEN I ' 'BKANS BATH SIZE ROYAL CUT GREEN BEANS 303 CAN JIF PEANUT BUTTER 12 OZ. TREET TEA Armour's UPTON 100 BAGS LIFE OAT WISK CEREAL DETERGENT TISSUE GAL SIZE CRYSTAL WHITE LIQUID 11/2 QT. 49 NORTHERN FACIAL 100 2 PLY BQX J DOG FOOD - ..12' KAL KAN TUNA^H DETERGENT RED KIDNEY BEAN IS OZ. CAN FOR CATS 6 OZ. SILVER DUST GT. SIZE FAST PAIN RELIEF BAYER yStuiMt FOR PRESCRIPTIONS BAYER fv*PO**T[P DESENEX SPRAY-ON 20 OZ. OB HOUH irtel HOUR 303 CAN HO tHHU DEL MONTE 4 CUPS FOOT POWDER $2.98 SIZE 'Oesenex' V*> h, "ng Coc Medicated Foot C ie / STYLE SHAMPOO $1.19 SIZE CLOSE-UP TOOTHPASTE Close-up Supar-Whtfaning Toothpaste and Mouthwash in Or* FAMILY SIZE VAL-U-MART WALGREEN DRUG GIVES ONE LOW ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

I WHEN FURNITURE IS ON YOUR MIND- Laredo Furniture Distributors Rio Grande City 300 E. Main 487-2440 THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 Complete Supplies Zarsky Lumber Company Valley Inc. Rio Grande Cit\ 487-2561 t^uit'6 aur (ky Plaza Fabrics Starr Plaza Shopping Center Kio Grande City rrFashions Not Trends M a tit 4 U of Starr Plaza 487-3828 '•" rr ■ i ••,: I rr Selling A Better Way To See The USA!" RIO Motors Inc. Rio Grande Gty 100 E Main 487-2596 THE HOUSE — Pictured above is the House of Ralphel. The restaurant is located at 509 East Main Street and specializes in Mexican Dishes. Its owners, Mr. and Mrs. Ralphel Trevino invite one and all to visit with them for a businessman lunch or a quiet family dinner. House of Ralphel offers catering service as well as a banquet room. If you want a glossy, surface finish on that piece of wood furniture you are doing over, you use varnish, shellac, lac- quer or any of various synthet- ics. If you want a finish that soaks i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

- f' J Prescriptions Service RIO PHARMACY "Call Ls When \ou Need Is" 601 E. 2nd 487-2711 Rio GraneGrande City "Dedicated to Service" CEBALLOS Funeral Home Starr County 487-2544 Richard Ceballos Zenith Motorola GOMEZ Appliance Store Rio Grande City 487-3400 "For All Your Appliance Needs" Life-Fire-Bonds-Mexico Insurance For Everything You Care About... GARZA Insurance Agency Rio Grande City 414 E. Main 487-3552 When Ttecd t&at 4 udi<zt eve '%c c far " First State Bank and Trust Company Rio Grande City 487-2551 THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 jjilljTffliy , - ■ ■ VVI, _ .. - -::-x . '* - _ ■< v.:... ■ - RIO MOTORS — Rio Motors Inc. is just one of the many businesses in Rio Grande City that has grown at a fast pace in the last few years, Rio Motors Inc. is located at 100 East Main Street and is owned and operated by Francisco Garza. Garza who is active in many civic organizations says that he is now planning to build a bigger and better facility to house ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

THURSDAY', JULY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 'Ya Mero' Ends Almost never hap- pened. It nearly got here, but its chances of arrival have now been greatly decreased. "Ya Mero," which means "almost" in Spanish, was the name of a weekly newspaper, printed in Spanish and pub- lished by David M. Fishlow. Fishlow has given the paper up, the offices here have been closed and the equipment has been sold. "Ya Mero" was pub- lished twice each month until the first of 1972, when it got a second class mailing permit for weekly publication. The paper was the brain-child of its founder, Fishlow, three years ago. Fishlow first came to the Valley in July, 1967, during the Starr County strikes. He spent a month in Rio Grande City before returing to Delano, SPECIALISTS IN STUDENT TRAVE1 "Teenage Tfipt" Of* ovr ip*> ciolty. U. S.. ConoAi, Europe, Mexico, '.op ItinefOries; expert |«od*r ; modts! prktv May w* ... you more obool rttorn? JM1 l 10* $i MHHw MU 2 3*01 PHARMACY TOPICS Scientists a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

THURSDAY. JULY 6 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 I -I- Dr. Cooley Has Benefit Of Many Heart Operations HOUSTON - Dr. Den- ton A. Cooley says he has per- formed about 8,000 open heart operations. YA MERO from page 14 and old people, as a class, haven't been treated fairly. "In short, we're talking about the poor people and people are poor because they don't have any money. "That particular point — peo- ple are poor because they don't have any money — often gets lost In the OEO's Xerox ma- chines," he said. Fishlow says that some peo- ple are not capable of compet- ing in the job market because they don't have the necessary skills. "And I'm not talking about being genetically incap- able, either," he stressed. "Even the halt, lame, blind and stupid have a right to med- ical care when they need it, food when they're hungry and a de- cent way of living. Society is wrong when it denies them those rights. "The farm workers have been denied some of their rights — like a decent standard ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 4-H ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT—Mr. anil Mrs. Hector Madrigal announce the engagement of their daughter Maria Im- elda Madrigal to Richard D. Scherrer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scherrer of Longview. The couple will exchange vows August 12 at 10:00 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Rio Grande City. Miss Madrigal was educated in Rio Grande City Schools and continued her education at Incarnate Word College in San Antonio from which she will receive a BA degree in Education. Mr. Scherrer attended Longview Schools and is presently living in San Antonio where he graduated from St. Mary's University school of business administration with a BAA in accounting. He is presently employed with a San Antonio CPA firm. by Lazaro Rodriguez Jr. Three contestants from Starr County will compete against girls from 15 other counties in the Dis- trict 12 4-H Dress Review at Corpus Christi July 10, accord- ing to Mrs. Ida Perez, County...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

THURSDAY. JULY G. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 i City Of Tomorrow Under Construction Screwworm Spreading Tills city of the future perches high on an anc-lent desert mesa, the vision of a Mediterranean craftsman, the work of young Ameriran hands. It's being built amid a land- scape that calls for cowboys and Indians, with structures that speak of science-fiction, by young construction workers who look more like <ampus peace marchers. What's more, many of them are paying to do the work. What inspires a long-hair to don a hard hat and spend six weeks in the middle of the desert, pouring concrete or sho- veling gravel beneath a blister- ing sun? The answer is Paolo Soleri, the imaginative Italian-born ar- chitect whose designs for future urban living have inspired an army of young optimists. The elfin-sized Soleri, a for- mer student of Frank Lloyd Wright, calls his cities "arco- logies"— from architecture and ecology— beouse he believes human planning must include environmenta...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

\ Who Wants To Be President? .n 9 Despite the testimony of the exquisite drawbacks of the job, men still passionately seek to be president. "The four most miserable years of my life were my four years in the presidency," said John Quincy Adams. "... A man who seeks the presidency for anything that it villi bring to him is an au- dacious fool," said Woodrow Wilson. Abraham Lincoln's friend, Mfard Lamon, said Lincoli once crted out . . . "from my boy- hood my ambition was to be president. I am president of one part of this divided coun- try, at least, but look at me! I wish I had never been born." Chief executives have de- scribed the office as "prison," "jail,""drudgery," "slavery," "a splendid misery." Theodore Roosevelt, who probably enjoyed the office more than any other president, said "a president has a great chance; his position is almost that of a king and prime minis- ter rolled into one." William Howard Taft thought of posterity. ". . . When taken into consideration that I g...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

♦ * i n : > i; Come See Us! That's What We're iEHKsr Here For Furniture See Us At... 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE cm THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 RABANfTOS ADR CHARLES 5CMUL2 i APiOS i E&QjeLA iuo MA^ ^rvr /50^0,TOPCH3 Ab /T0t 6 Ai- CAMFDX^ V£KAl4EOf 4S79- /MRA«,CMAfbI\ Z^^-fAl6M0 B06GJjey f. HFJB re Ase<yjm ooe LUfeA^eerx ae*4o aAtb£> t^u/A oee uzscoe ~ MORt)eereetwzp 1/6 &306 GAtoe ^Oi." Y/aje£> ■oAb&i ao 06 CJJ0?PAe oe CAGlOEI^c^ou pfe , vt 6Aib ^ K^ZOWtJOe Ho ^066OEfi WA€> T&AI^ 1 Yjc&o Qot-mtx W)£)Q0& CAM0IAR A "UYuWr CA^,!TOe> TEU&O l>viA p&gcarrA <■-7 inouie /<*)£. S^slo ) I OAM&6 SCHOR/ omvgz t COWO £6 Q0£ o|£MP12E Ve- +IIM06 A 1*4 CAMPD P&VB2A- ftO, OJMPO +10 Qjjl&R]^AOS ? CggQ QOt £60 AF£C7A 60L0 A M UCUACHCb UE LA. CIO PAP [€>£ LLAMA P^OVJAQO/J wbke€6 /ijrrw tAACClA ..•EeT0VlMc6/AG!ue ME ^U. LAMfekAA LAVgZ PAeAf TT ^COQ2DO £fcT>/ iTAM PPOtfD E VI <~AL|R Q&, OMIBU6 pi3£ "B...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 July 1972

1 I 1' THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 JULY LAYAWAY , SALE LAY-AWAY IS THE THRIFTY WAY TO BUY A small deposit wi hold your purchase. Regular payments, and your merchandise is paid for when you need it. No extra charges on Anthony's Lay Away Plan! A Small Down Payment Puts Your Blankets In lay-flu/ay SPECIAL SALE PRICES ALL OF OUR 4? BLANKETS SPECIAL SALE PRICES ALL OF OUR 6? BLANKETS 63.3 2 for *12. CAMEO ROSE—a lovely rose design on a 72" x 99", 100% acrylic blanket with 6" nylon binding. In gold, plum and rose. DAISY SWIRL—the freshness of daisies and the warmth of a 100% acrylic fiber- woven blanket. 72" x 90". In lilac, gold or green. LUXURY KING 'KING SIZE' 108" x 90" Royal Lilac Reg 7.99 100% Acrylic ZODIAC—72" x 90" 100% poly- ester blanket with 5" nylon binding features popular Zodiac design. In blue only. $ FLORET—72 ' x 90 ' polyester need- ewoven blanket with a lovely flocked rose pattern on the 6" binding. In white, lilac, It. blue and gold. EMBLEM S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

I I •V ■ I ► RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 2« Thursday July 13, I *>72 liio (.ramie City, Texas Second in a series...people with a purpose... Pope rides on 50 years of law JOHN A. POPE JR. Half-million approved for new sewage facility U.S. Senator John Tower told the Herald late Tuesday afternoon that the Environmental Protection Agency had awarded $407,710.00 to Rio Grande City. The money according to Tower will be used strictly for a new waste treatment facility, interceptors and im- provements to lift stations. "We're glad that the money has been approved for the new sewage facility, I'm sure it will just be a mat- ter of time before we begin construction," Arnoldo Gonzalez said. Gonzalez is the manager for the dis- trict that controls the sewage facility. Gonzalez named director Arnold F. Gonzalez, general- manager, Starr County WCI1) #2, has been named to direct the water pollution control and abatement progra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

Special Session Ends RIO GRANDE HERALD RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 13, 1972 PAGE 2 , Tex. - A "lame duck" special legislative session adjourned Friday night after devoting 24 days to vir- tially a single issue: a $4.1 bil- lion state budget. House members passed the compromise budget bill, which requires no new taxes, 101-37, and Senators approved it, 27-<3, completing the session's major business. Two other items that had riled lawmakers were disposed of in the closing hours of the session; Gov. Preston Smith's nominees to state boards and commissions and a busing reso- lution. Senators approved a long list of appointees, but rejected three—insurance board chair- man Larry Teaver, commis- sioner Jack McLaughlin of the bureau of labor statistics and THE FAMILY LAWYER. Better Mousetrap "Build a belter mousetrap,"said Ralph Waldo Emerson, "and the world will beat a path to your door." But the United States Patent Office is not so easily impressed. If your mousetrap is bet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 1 1 \ i '1 i i, (POPE from Page 1) here Is because "the people" , . . "they make this place and I like It." Pope leaves the impression that the practice of law is a serious matter, that he is dedi- cated to it that this has become a life of which he dreamea and now in reality he takes advant- age of the opportunity to prac- tice it. Fifty years is a long time for ?ny man but to Pope, who has seen two world conflicts, who has worked hard to obtain what he has and to obtain the knowledge he has of this thing called . . . law, who has seen changes from the time when they use to give a man a fair trial before they hanged him to the rejection of the death pen- alty as "cruel and unusual pun- ishment" it has merely been a short breathing period ... of satisfacatlon and accomplish- ment .... Tiny... please come back Mend a broken heart .... Please return my brown chihua- ha dog; her name is "Tiny". She is old, she has no tail, she cannot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer To avoid the sun would be to exist without one of the great pleasures of life. But, as with most enjoyable things, indis- criminate exposure can result in unhappiness and even serious illnesses, according to the Tex- as State Department of Health. Most sunlight-induced disor- ders and diseases are divided into two groups: (1) direct dis- orders, which are responses that follow an over-exposure to ultraviolet rays in any normal, health individual, and (2) indi- rect reactions, which require the presence of some other skin factor in combination with ultraviolet exposure. The direct disorders include the immediate, acute sunburn reactions and the delayed reac- tion that is seen following chronic exposure to light (pre- mature aging, premalignantand malignant lesions). The actue sunburn reaction re- sults from a single overexpos- ure to sunburning ultraviolet rays. Ractions can ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

_ _ -1- .] I ENGAGEMENT -- Mr. and Mrs. Priciliano Garza announce the engagement of their daughter Maria Melania to Sergeant Sera- pio Pina III, son of Mr. andMrs. Serapio Pina Jr. of Roma. The couple will exchange vows July 23 at 11:00 a.m. at Nuestra Se- nora Del Refugio in Nueva Cd. Guerrero, Tamulipas. The bride attended schools in Victoria, Tampaulipas and the prospective groom is a 1968 graduate of Roma High School and is presently stationed in Peterson Field, Colorado. General announces Roma charges The telephones service code numbers involved in the con- version of the new electronic Cl-EAX office at Roma on July 1C, 1972 will not change, accord- ing to Joe Pilmer, district man- ager for General Telephone Company of the Southwest. Customers of the Roma tele- phone exchange will continue to dial operator for directory as- sistance and repair service. They will continue to dial the seven digit telephone number on local calls within the Roma exchange. In order to call par- tyli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

I I I 1 Prescriptions Service RIO PHARMACY "Call Us When You Need Us" 601 E. 2nd 487-2711 Rio Crane Grande City 44 Dedicated to Service' CEBALLOS Funeral Home Starr County 487-2544 Richard Ceballos Zenith Motorola GOMEZ Appliance Store Rio Grande City 487-3400 "For All Your Appliance Needs" Life-Fire - Bonds-Mexico Insurance For Ever/thing You Care About... GARZA Insurance Agency Rio Grande City 414 E. Main 487-3552 'TVAck 1{,<yu 'Heed t&ttf d m/uzt faxe fat " First State Bank and Trust Company Rio Grande City 487-2551 THURSDAY, JULY 13. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PACE 6 GUTIERREZ LBR£ HDWEIQ. "IUTKINDS BUILDING MATERIALS' SUPPl fs (I|( "I- tS' iTES A -PHOSE *" "M - A I "* I : c GUTIERREZ LUMBER AND HARDWARE—Gutierrez Lumber and Hardware Company is one of two major building industries in Rio Grande City, Gutierrez Lumber is managed by Ricardo Gutierrez who has brought many new items to the lumber business his father opened many years ago. Among some of the new products are ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

WHEN FURNITURE IS ON YOUR MIND- Laredo Furniture Distributors Rio Grande City 300 E. Main . < Complete Supplies Zarsky Lumber Company Valley Inc. Kio Grande City 487-2561 THURSDAY, JULY 13^ 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 487-2440 rr Fashions Not Trends ?? " 7ft <x at U of Starr Plaza 487-3828 STATE BANK i«|(P 5S5. i- aut Plaza Fabrics Starr Plaza Shopping Center Rio Grande City rr Selling A Better U ay 7 o See The USA!" RIO Motors Inc. Kilo (^ainle Gty 100 E Main 487-2596 FIRST STATE BANK AND TRUST—-The First State Bank and Trust Company here in Rio Grande City has been the financial backbone of the community for many years. The First State Bank and Trust under the guidance of its president Frank Anderson has seen big leaps to a fast growing bank, a bank of the community. The First State Bank offers checking accounts, savings accounts, safety deposit boxes just like any other bank but it specializes in service and that's what they're all about, pay them a visit, it'll pay y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

THURSDAY. JULY 13, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 I II I Author's Support Of Isolationism rVague ' A New Isolationism: Threat or Promise? by Robert W. Tucker, pp 127, Universe Books, New York, 1972 Reviewed by Neil V. McNeil, Northwestern University, Med- 111 School of Journalism Tucker's answer to the ques- tion raised in the sub-title of his book — more an extended essay than a book, really — Is that a new isolationism would be a promise. The main diffi- culty with this essay book, how- ever, is that it never really makes clear why isolationism is a promise. And Tucker does try to answer objections to his arguments in an unusual "Epi- logue," based on questions which have come up as he dis- cussed his ideas with''several groups," not otherwise iden- tified. Perhaps a new isolationism might mean less tax money spent abroad and more at home. Perhaps it might mean, at least, less money going for what is euphem- istical called defense. But Tucker, a political science professor at J...

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