vacillatory


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If you believe that McNamara pressed a vacillatory Johnson into war, you have to explain what's going on in this period immediately before and after JFK's assassination.
13) Recent research reveals the ambivalent and vacillatory nature of British official policy.
The UK has also resolutely opposed the following measures that tend to bind the EU states ever more closely in the Union: harmonisation of some fiscal policies,harmonisation of monetary policy with its attendant vacillatory prevarication.