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Oddly, "American Empire: "The Rise of a Global Power, the Democratic Revolution at Home"—contrary to the proud spirit with which so many Americans view their country's postwar success—is a tale of almost unrelieved gloom. For Joshua Freeman, the "rise of global power" is the story of brutal imperial hubris, from the Cold War to the invasion of Iraq and the post 9/11 war on terror. The tale of the "democratic revolution at home" is a happier one in some respects—involving the civil-rights movement, feminism, environmentalism and the counterculture revolution in the 1960s—but the promise of such movements and upheavals, according to Mr. Freeman, has been steadily undercut by corporate power.
The author's views of the Cold War hark back to the hoary "moral equivalence" argument popular in the days after Vietnam, which saw the U.S., not the Soviet Union, as the primary instigator of the Cold War. Mr. Freeman says that it was America's anticommunist "ideological crusade" that turned the Soviet Union into a hostile rival, creating "international tension and conflict and an increasing militarism of American society."
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