Monday, May 11, 2009

Bloated Empire and the Financial Crisis

By Ivan Eland
May 11, 2008

A few — and only a few — prescient commentators have questioned whether the U.S. can sustain its informal global empire in the wake of the most severe economic crisis since World War II. And the simultaneous quagmires in Iraq and Afghanistan are leading more and more opinion leaders and taxpayers to this question.

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1 comment:

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