July 4, 2014

Why the Prophets of U.S. Decline Are Wrong

Tom Donilon, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

We need to be humble about our ability to predict the future with certainty, but the evidence is that there has long been a tendency to underestimate America's staying power.

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