Society of Americans for National Existence

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According to its website SANE emerged out of discussions at the Jerusalem based think tank the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies.

Eventually, in 2005-2006, the Institute sponsored a seminar that was designed for select participants, mostly former students of Robert Loewenberg, to explore the key issues raised by Professor Loewenberg's work. As the seminar progressed, it was clear that an organization such as SANE was critical to give voice to the lessons learned in the act of war perpetrated on 9-11, in the reality of the West’s mostly weak-kneed response, in the liberals’ efforts to destroy the war effort and President Bush for taking up the threat, and in the work of the seminar itself.[1]

Resources

For further information, see relevant NeoCon Europe page Society of Americans for National Existence

References

  1. Society of Americans for National Existence, About Us, accessed 25 October 2008.