John O'Sullivan

Editor-at-Large, National Review

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Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, Editor-at-Large for National Review, he is now working for Radio Free Europe in the Czech Republic; author of The President, the Pope and the Prime Minister; former advisor to then-British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

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Barack Obama's patriotism is being questioned because he doesn't wear an American flag pin on his lapel. His pastor's sermons are called un-American.

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Barack Obama's patriotism is being questioned because he doesn't wear an American flag pin on his lapel. His pastor's sermons are called un-American.

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Barack Obama's patriotism is being questioned because he doesn't wear an American flag pin on his lapel. His pastor's sermons are called un-American.

Patriotism and Political Dialogue: Symbol of Pride or Barrier to Debate?

Barack Obama's patriotism is being questioned because he doesn't wear an American flag pin on his lapel. His pastor's sermons are called un-American.

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