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‘VAR DECLARM MARX . . , WARS END,’ 5 V I ETA DON’T KEEP WEIEN THEY rT CALLING A A 1_1AR \\A EN I4E Is PRETTY FRu I-10\\A/ Do Yo h A ple B 1-0.1 A 21 ARE. No -T ik’ By OUR i. 1\\14, 7-14E\\r / T/-/EM TRUST THE 114E -43Loc_ WE Tiilk k ‘1111111111111E111111111114 MD 3\\/ KARL Fr THE THE R Wok ` ,,EVEN uNDERcomM 7/ TI4E/v i IS CALL/ Na Com MUNICS l`1 ORAL.[ TY,., MAKE -RoM[sES DON’T KEEP _I WOULD NIT RUSSIANS WOUND TliEY MusT -13E BECAticE C NT/ NUE As ?EoPLE. LIKE us… /I 1-1.1-EA641v’ STAND UNIST ONE “MATING. I INSULT Dra w ing by Dan Hu b ig TEXAS 13 SERVER November 25, 1983 A Journal of Free Voices 75C Ronald Reagan and the World By Ronnie Dugger p RESIDENT REAGAN has stealthily but steadily returned the United States to its postwar role as the world’s policeman. To achieve this he has proceeded covertly, given reasons other than the real ones for his actions, internationalized his McCarthyism, and fully exploited the vacillation and confusion of American progressives on the momentous issue of civil liberties in newly emerging revolutionary states. Seeing the near and middle east as an important source of oil for the west that is jeopardized by Soviet ambitions, he has long wanted a U.S. military beachhead in the area, and in September 1982, without placing his action within Excerpted from On Reagan. Copyright 1983 by Ronnie Dugger. Reprinted by permission of the publisher, McGraw-Hill Book Company.