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Major Danny Sjursen: America The Pariah

Authored by Army Major Dann Sjursen via, We proclaimed a dream of an America that would be a Shining City on a Hill. —President Ronald Reagan, 1984 I believe in American exceptionalism with every fiber of my being. —President Barack Obama, 2014 It has become obligatory. To be taken seriously in American politics, one must kneel before the altar of “American exceptionalism”—the messianic notion that the United States is a constant source for good in the world with a unique mission to spread its particular values.
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