For better or worse: the American influence in the world
Allen Freeman Davis, American Council of Learned Societies, American Studies Association, Smithsonian Institution
Greenwood Press, 1981 - Political Science - 195 pages
This work presents the thinking of thirteen distinguished foreign observers who examine and evaluate the imprint of America on their own lives and on their nation. It covers the whole spectrum of American political and cultural influences ranging from the material benefits of American influence to the violence which can be found in American life.
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