If American Exceptionalism Were a Reality, Here’s What Life in America Would Be Like:

by Michael Payne

I occasionally hear someone in the news speak of “American Exceptionalism”, the theory that the United States is qualitatively different from other nations; that we are unique among nations and generally superior to them in almost any measureable category. That’s a nice thought but it’s just not reality. That’s not to say that it cannot be attained at some future time. So, let’s discuss what America would be like if this nation could truly be called exceptional.

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A great Country

by Bernard Schaer

Some of the very interesting comments that followed this post Hector Balderas or else…. (…?), but – I felt – didn’t really pertain to the core of my earlier post, prompted me to write this post today. So, you might want to go read the other one, including the comments, first.
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