Globally, what should we be doing that we're not?
Ken Adelman: I think that we have to really explain to people, and work closer to people on combating terrorism and Islamic fundamentalism – I’m getting to be a broken record on something like that – and to really go about in a far more . . . you know, concentrated manner so that we aren’t overwhelmed with it in the past. And that takes specific acts, but it also takes a general impression that, “We’re on America’s side, and America is on our side” rather than the kind of visceral hatred of at least this administration that we see in a lot of other places around the world.
Recorded on: 7/2/07
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