November 11, 2012

World Should Prepare for More (New) America

Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail

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The old America of force may have vanished from the scene. But people around the world would like to have a piece of this new America, the one that seems to be solving its problems. If Mr. Obama can sell it, the world is ready to buy.

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