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I fear the qualities you are talking about are more fiction than reality.
Don't misunderstand me, I think America is a great country, but it is not
the greatest country on earth. It is a great country like many others too.
Lawrence, your statement implies that America is not acting according to
the qualities it is admired for. I live in Maine now for 18 years and agree
that America still has to demonstrate that it has the capability to act
according to the qualities it is admired for.
At 11:24 AM 2/27/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>On Wednesday, February 27, 2002, at 08:46 , Lawrence DeBivort wrote:
>>In other words, we should be demonstrating the
>>qualities that have made America admired around the world,
>Or those qualities that have been ignored around the world, or
>Yes, it is by example that freedom is explained.
>We _can_ bring the message of human dignity, if we choose. It will spread
>faster than napalm.
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