Policemen of the World

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Policemen of the World Final Paper
Courtney N Carpenter
Strayer University
Contemporary US History
Professor Tonya Simmons
March 13, 2015

Policemen of the World Thesis and Outline

Most people would agree that if the U.S. were to launch missiles to attack Syria in vengeance for their alleged use of the nerve agent sarin against anti- government rebels, it would be another addition to the long list of U.S. foreign military operations. Prior presidents have resulted to war after the country was directly attacked, such as by Japan at the start of WII. But more frequently, American presidents have moved forward without consulting congress, using their authority as the country’s leader or commander in chief. With that leverage, they
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Lastly, the U.S. and Great Britain invade Iraq and topple the government of Dictator Saddam Hussein. The U.S. invasion in Iraq lasts for the next several years during that time it escalates the violence and fragile political stability of the U.S. In 2008, more people we fueled to remove Bush from office and we in the hopes of change that was promised by newly elected President Obama.

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