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Voices From Abroad

By Chris Berdik
June 27, 2004

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At few other times in history has the view of the United States around the globe been so polarized. We are envied; we are loathed; we are wanted and needed; we are cast aside as bullies. But we Americans here, on the inside, get only the views on our own streets and our computer screens, in our newspapers, on our ... (Full Article: 4908 Words)

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