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American Empire

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  • proper noun The United States of America.

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Examples

  • Palestinians, Iraqi's, Afghans, Iranians, Pakistani's et al must face the Western atrocity known as the American Empire; Nationalist flags are wrapped around your eyes so that you do not see and chauvinistic anthems blasted so that you do not hear.

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  • His forthcoming book, American Empire, will be the final volume of the Penguin History of the United States.

    Steve Fraser: Uncle Sam Doesn't Want You

  • The thought that such an esteemed symbol of American exceptionalism requires resurrecting When did it die? may not be so outlandish considering that it issues from an American Empire where commodity is king and the car has come near to being deified.

    G. Roger Denson: From Detroit, Egypt: Matthew Barney Resurrects an American God

  • The thought that such an esteemed symbol of American exceptionalism requires resurrecting When did it die? may not be so outlandish considering that it issues from an American Empire where commodity is king and the car has come near to being deified.

    G. Roger Denson: From Detroit, Egypt: Matthew Barney Resurrects an American God

  • His forthcoming book, American Empire, will be the final volume of the Penguin History of the United States.

    Steve Fraser: Uncle Sam Doesn't Want You

  • The thought that such an esteemed symbol of American exceptionalism requires resurrecting When did it die? may not be so outlandish considering that it issues from an American Empire where commodity is king and the car has come near to being deified.

    G. Roger Denson: From Detroit, Egypt: Matthew Barney Resurrects an American God

  • He challenges those religious voices that somehow have collapsed Christianity into the American Empire, and he would challenge the secular voices that see religion as its best as doing no evil, rather than being a cosmic force for good, a force for love and justice in public places.

    Omid Safi: What Would Martin Say Now?

  • It has been a long road in Iraq, this round some eight tough years, but we can see the light at the end of the tunnel: it's a sign that reads "US Permanent Bases, Next Right," brought to you by the ever-growing American Empire and secured, as it is in dozens of other countries, by our Army.

    Peter Van Buren: What Will All Those Soldiers Do in Iraq?

  • He challenges those religious voices that somehow have collapsed Christianity into the American Empire, and he would challenge the secular voices that see religion as its best as doing no evil, rather than being a cosmic force for good, a force for love and justice in public places.

    Omid Safi: What Would Martin Say Now?

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