October 12, 2013
Myth of American Exceptionalism
Andranik Migranyan, The National Interest
The Associated Press
When the Soviet Union collapsed, America loomed as the gleaming superpower. It looked like the country had solved all of its problems. It was the envy of the world. An end of history loomed. No longer. History has come back with a vengeance. And today, after a decade of ruinous wars, the only things worth copying are the memories. Americans are only beginning to comprehend their difficulties.
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