As Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and the neocons battle for the right to claim the 40th president's foreign policy legacy, Ronald Reagan has become the terrain where the right's internecine foreign-policy battles are being fought. It's a landscape with weapons for everyone, Jesse Walker writes: If you're more interested in Reagan as a symbol than as a flesh-and-blood historical figure, you can cherry-pick from his record to invoke him in all sorts of ways.
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