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One sided, over emotional argument.

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Submitted by Sophie (United Kingdom), Mar 8, 2006 at 08:52

... one sided and emotional and assumes the standard position that any criticism of America is down to irrational hatred rather than the result of an objective viewpoints based on facts. This is why people can become so frustrated with Americans. I think that, in many ways, America is a wonderful country - in other ways I deplore its attitude towards the rest of the world and towards any dissenting voice. An attempt to silence these academics is surely unconstitutional? Not that that stopped McCarthy.
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