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Submitted by Pavel A. (Canada), Oct 15, 2004 at 02:44

Re: Mr. Demma's comment.

One simple answer: At no cost whatsoever.
Left to their own devices, most countries in the world would not rise beyond a certain level of refined barbarism like medieval China or Persia.

America lives at the \"cost\" of its own brains... by being a producer and an inventor.

Simply remove the United States (and the British Empire before it) from the world stage, and watch the ambitions and whims of petty dictators flower into products you would be horrified to behold.

Bother to read some history, eh?


-Pavel A.
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