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ing majority of Americans — 79
percent — approve of the of
President's action, 76 percent ap-
prove of the President's handling
of foreign policy overall, while on
Capitol Hill, leaders of both par-
ties have hurried to support the
strike, Such popular backing
serves further to reinforce the
perception that the U.S. armed
forces are a credible tool of
American foreign policy that can
and will be used when necessary.
The air strike may not bring an
immediate end to Qaddafi's spon-
sorship of terrorism. But by act-
ing when talking no longer pro-
ved a reasonable alternative, the
Reagan Administration has put
Qaddafi and his allies in Damas-
cus, Teheran and even in Mos-
cow, on notice .that the United
States will defend herself when
The Kremlin has recognized
the implications of the American
action. Unwilling to risk a con-
frontation with a U.S. adminis-
tration committed to the defense
of its citizens, the Soviet Union
withdrew its ships from Libyan
ports, and allowed the American
strike to proceed unhindered by
Soviet forces. In the face of
American determiniation to fight
the terrorism that the Kremlin
had encouraged, the Soviet
Union pulled back. The price of
confrontation was simply too
Despite the reticence of most of
our other allies, the strike
against a declared enemy of
"America, Great Britain and
NATO," will engender the recog-
nition by friend and foe alike,
that America will not engage in
appeasement, but can and will
use her power in defense of free-
dom. This recognition will be par-
ticularly reassuring to friends of
Israel. The demonstration of
American willingness to use force
in the Middle East will send a
strong message to any adversary
of Israel, that the Israeli people
can look for, and receive, U.S.
support in the event of a conflict
in the region.
America has now reached, if
not the end of the post-Vietnam
era of paralysis, then at least the
beginning of the end. Monday,
April 14th, 1986, will be remem-
bered as a glad day for democ-
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