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On the Evils of Imperialism

Summary: It connects early 20th century imperialism to the present day, focusing on its negative aspects.
The United States, as the world's leader in terms of its economic mammoth and military might, has many responsibilities to the rest of the world, and should, by all means, be an interventionist country, but imperialism is not one of these responsibilities, in any respect. The fact that we have the might, does not justify it making it right. Our responsibility in the world today, with our vast resources of money, brains, and technology, is to provide aid to the countries of the world whose people are devastated.

Imperialism based on the belief that it helps economy is immensely pompous and self serving. Even though it may be disguised as a force of "freeing" the people from the subjugation of their government or to protect ourselves from an outlaying arsenal of nuclear weapons, it is detrimental to the country we are invading, diminishes world opinions...

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