When pressed to justify her rosy worldview, she seeks precedents in history.“Not that long ago,” she tells Samuel,” say 1944, or maybe even 1946, would anybody have said that France and Germany would never go to war again? ” More often than World War II, Rice cites the Cold War when defending her political views. R.—she oversaw Soviet and East European Affairs for the National Security Council.
With Professor Condoleezza Rice as one of his first guests, he would surely tip his own hand.But then he spent that entire segment on it, and teased it with this: Rice replies that she always expected to be married but "you don't get married in the abstract.You find someone that you'd like to be married to." Here, now, is a series of questions Morgan tossed at Rice.Her colleagues call her outlook “the theology,” alluding to her unshakable faith that history is moving in a progressive direction.Centuries of bloodshed in the Middle East have not deterred her from promoting free elections in Palestine; years of setbacks in Iraq have done little to cloud her dream of a post-Saddam democracy.