How Does the World View America

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In 1776, the United States of America gained its independence from Great Britain. At this time, America was a small, developing country. Flash forward 239 years, America is one of the world’s most powerful and influential countries. How does the world view this powerful, influential country? We will determine how other countries view America by learning and analyzing how America treats its own citizens, how America treats other countries, and how America manages its own budget. We propose that the world views America as a well-developed, economically, and politically stable nation that treats its citizens with the utmost respect. One way to analyze how the world views America, is to examine how America treats its own citizens. One of a…show more content…
Americans also pay significantly higher for medicines and prescribed drugs than other citizens in other countries. This information suggests the fact that even though the United States of America has the proper health care available for every citizen, America doesn’t supply it to its citizens because some of them cannot afford it. This shows other countries that America doesn’t have the best interest for its citizens in mind, only the most profitable one. To analyze how the world views America, we need to examine exactly just how America treats the rest of the world. “Since the end of World War II, there have been 248 armed conflicts in 153 locations around the world. The United States launched 201 overseas military operations between the end of World War II and 2001, and since then, others, including Afghanistan and Iraq ….” (Arya, Barker, Donohoe, Gorman, Hagopian, Lubens, Rohde, White, Wiist, 2014). America has engaged in wars and operations throughout the entire world and has become involved in foreign affairs where their participation is unwelcome and unwanted. “I'd feel deep anger, not only at them returning Bush to power, but for allowing the outside world to lump us all into the same category of moronic muppets. The self-righteous, gun-totin', military-lovin', sister-marryin', abortion-hatin', gay-lothin', foreigner-despisin', non-passport ownin' red-necks, who believe God gave America
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