Exporting Democracy
Fulfilling America's Destiny

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    Exporting Democracy
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    0844737348
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This book shows why idealism offers the soundest basis for U.S. policy. U.S. aid and trade, overseas broadcasts and educational exchanges, and crisis diplomacy have spread democracy throughout the world. We may be far from the day democracy is universal, asserts Muravchik, but we are approaching the day when it will be a global norm, in both theory and practice.

Joshua Muravchik is a resident scholar at AEI.

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