Doomsday America: The Fall of the American Empire

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Xlibris Corporation, 2006 - History - 151 pages
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Like a phoenix rising from Roman ashes, America has had more than two hundred years to flourish on the world stage. In that time, it became a shining example of participatory democracy. Like Rome, however, America has become fat, lazy and an arrogant international bully - imposing its self-righteous views of right and wrong, good and evil on humankind. All is not right with this self-titled superpower. America finds itself rife with corporate and political corruption. It finds itself becoming increasingly despised and isolated from other nations. How soon before America joins the pantheon of civilizations that, like Rome, burned brightly into oblivion.

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