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Argument: Republican believe in aggressively eliminating threats abroad

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Paul Shlesinger. "Democrat vs. Republican: Political philosophies." Helium: "The Republican Party’s philosophy on security can be summarized as 'external'. In other words, the party puts a priority on eliminating risks from outside entities. This philosophy explains why Republicans are more willing to act aggressively with military force to combat external threats."

"GOP vs. Democrats." Arizona Democratic Party: "Foreign Policy. Republicans believe peace and freedom can be protected only if America maintains a defense force strong enough to deter any aggressor. [...] Democrats vacillate between extreme isolationism, intervention and confrontation tactics in relation to countries such as Vietnam, Cuba and Korea. Such inconsistent foreign policy confuses our allies and encourages our potential enemies."

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