Wilson, Graham
March 2009
Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy;Spring2009, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p455
Academic Journal
The article discusses the concept of U.S. exceptionalism. The issue of exceptionalism is said to reflect the bond between the U.S. public and democracy. It emphasizes the failure of the U.S. to stand out in terms of the promotion for democracy and civil liberties. The author explains the impact of non-intervention approach by the federal government on the financial crash of 2008.


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