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Mark Hertsgaard, The Oblivious Empire 219 Thomas L. Friedman, Revolution Is U.S. 220 Josef Joffe, The Perils of Soft Power 222 Richard Pells, Is American Culture “American”? 224 Michael Medved, That’s Entertainment? Hollywood’s Contribution to Anti-Americanism Abroad 226 Making a Visual Argument: Exporting America.
By any historical definition, the United States is an empire of extraordinary power, but only in the wake of September 11 have even its elites begun using this term, and always favorably.
An essay or paper on The Rise of China. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the world has been home to a single superpower - the United States. Over the course of the past 18 or so years since the Soviet Union dissolved, the United States has assumed great and greater authority in terms of g.
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Reviewed by Mark Hertsgaard. NEW FEDERALIST PAPERS: Essays in Defense of the Constitution. By Alan Brinkley, Nelson W. Polsby and Kathleen M. Sullivan. Reviewed by Anthony Lewis. VISUAL EXPLANATIONS: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative. By Edward R. Tufte. Reviewed by Richard J. Meislin.
Get this from a library! Rereading America: cultural contexts for critical thinking and writing. (Gary Colombo; Robert Cullen; Bonnie Lisle;) -- Intended as a reader for writing and critical thinking courses, this volume presents a collection of writings promoting cultural diversity, encouraging readers to grapple with the real differences in.
The author Mark Hertsgaard says the problem with Americans, is that we are oblivious of what our government is doing and therefore we are oblivious overseas. I agree with him on this subject. According to the Federal Election Commission, in 2004, 55.3% of eligible Americans voted for our next president, and in 2002, on 37% voted.