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Time No Longer: Americans After the American Century - Patrick Smith


Americans cherish their national myths, some of which predate the country’s founding. But the time for illusions, nostalgia, and grand ambition abroad has gone by, Patrick Smith observes



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Time No Longer: Americans After the American Century - Patrick Smith


Americans cherish their national myths, some of which predate the country’s founding. But the time for illusions, nostalgia, and grand ambition abroad has gone by, Patrick Smith observes