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I Our Challenge Beyond Peace i II A New World Beyond Peace 27 America Must Lead 29 Russia and the Victory of Freedom 40 America and Europe: New Missions for Old Friends 83 Asia and the New American Century 104 The United States and Japan: In Lockstep into the Next Century China: "The Biggest of Them All" Vietnam, Cuba, and North Korea: The Closed Door or the Open Door? Building New Bridges to the Muslim World 141 The Developing World: Freedom's Last Frontier 157 III America Beyond Peace 171 Strong Government, but Limited Government Equal Opportunity, Not Equal Outcomes Hardheaded Idealism and Enlightened Realism The Media: Freedom Without Constraint The Myths of Government Health Care "Reform": More Steroids for Big Government Old-fashioned Learning for a New Era Welfare: Sickfare for America's Cities Crime and Race in America The Corruptions of Popular Culture and Drugs God and Family: Rediscovering the True Heart of America Individual Mission, National Mission Author's Note 2S2 Index 255Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Foreign relations 1993-2001, World politics 1985-1995