June 4, 2014

How to Save American Exceptionalism

Michael B. Dougherty, The Week

The Associated Press

We can start by recognizing what is truly unique about America's place in global affairs.

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TAGGED: United States, U.S. Foreign Policy, American Exceptionalism

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