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Disappearance of U.S. exceptionalism

July 18, 2013
By Tom Wallace , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

The United States reached a pinnacle of exceptionalism during the period from World War II through the mid-1970s. America came to the aid of the free world and, after the war, led a restructuring of economic and financial institutions and revitalization of the world economy. America exhibited exceptionally broad-based industrial and human capabilities during the war and high moral values and wise economic policies afterward; in turn, the postwar global economy was exceptionally profitable for the United States.



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