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It's the government the world hates, not Americans.

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Submitted by Brad (New Zealand), Sep 26, 2004 at 06:59

I am a New Zealander. I believe a large majority of the world hates the U.S. because of the unfair foreign policies it has, not because of the wealth it posesses.

America's government has become rich off exploiting other countries' interests.

Another reason why the U.S. is so hated is beacause America seems to think it is the police of the world. The government loves to boss all the other countries around and tells them what to do...

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