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> It seems to me, watching CNN all the time, that Americans can 't
> grasp the fact that they did something, somewhere to somebody wrong.
> And this seems to fit in the general picture of the child- analogy.
> A bully turns always things upside down. He is not the blame, it is
> always the others who don 't understand the way by which he behaves.
I think that the US would benefit from thinking along these lines...
I agree with you Kenneth,
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