America (the Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction - Chapter 9, The Rest of the World, International House of Horrors Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, The Rest of the World, International House of Horrors Summary and Analysis

Chapter nine is the last of the book. But the book's more astute readers will have noticed that in the list of institutions that make up the government and the critiques of them, there has been no mention of the rest of the world. Most Americans have not seen the rest of the world anyway since we are in love with xenophobia and recent travel bans. Thus, Stewart reproduces various facts about the rest of the world, its peoples, systems of government, etc.

First Africa is examined. It is currently is the place of war, disease, corruption, repression and poverty. But Africa was not always so bad. In fact, Africa's present difficulties can be laid at the feet of foreign white oppressors and local black oppressors. Africa's...

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