America Faces the Same Fate As All Other Empires

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After the Allies triumphed over Nazi and Japanese forces in 1945, the United States proclaimed itself a “superpower”.

It was a peculiar term to describe America. Superpower status implies that a nation, by virtue of its relative standing in the world, somehow transcends the realm of the human species.

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