It appears that we as a world are facing the same problems we did in the 1930s in regards to war and peace. We cannot forget the good legacy the U.S. had following World War II. Yes, it cost us money and the lives of our military, but it brought about many decades of economic and personal growth.
Today, we have forgotten this role and have become isolationist again. We need to give more support to foreign affairs and to our military. We need to be peacemakers in a world of discord. It is not easy, but as the economic powerhouse of the world, we have to accept this responsibility.
— Ralph Wright