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Essay heading: Freedom Isn't Free
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Issue: Wars
Written by: Jay Dubya
Date added: July 1, 2009
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And following World War II U.S. benevolence financed the rebuilding of Europe and during the Reagan Presidency the world witnessed the decline of the Soviet Empire and the relinquishment of Russian Communism dominating Eastern Europe as democratic capitalism emerged triumphant over its very formidable totalitarian rival...
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is to blame for conflict throughout the world. These “blame-America-first” skeptics assert that when New York City’s Twin Towers were destroyed on September 11th, 2001 “the chickens came home to roost!” These misguided pundits indeed are modern-day possessors of the “Victim/Slave Mentality,” for if and when a majority of Americans think and believe as they do that certainly will be when this great nation will be vulnerable to takeover from dictators, from repressive foreign ideologies and from Fascist Jihadists...
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