President Obama’s speech yesterday in Cairo was aptly titled “New Beginning.” Its promising new tone is encouraging, but needs to be followed by a change of heart for a reluctant State Department and a vigorous, substantive outreach to Muslims. Obama’s new tone adopts a subtle but important new way of speaking about Muslims that may help to marginalize radical extremists. Yet this shift was not immediately apparent from news accounts.
Bryson: Obama's New Beginning in Cairo: Now He Needs One in Washington
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