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November 7th, 2008
Episode 189 of 1250 episodes
A president who doesn't go to war may show more courage than one who does, said JFK. In a wide-ranging conversation, Sorensen discussesJFK, Cuba, and Vietnam; the 2008 Russia/Georgia conflict; McCain's idea of a League of Nations; and the promise of Obama.