American Exceptionalisms

At The American Conservative, Richard Gramble takes on the idea of unbridled, and unchallenged, American exceptionalism. Today, Gramble writes, “Hardly a trace of humility survives among the boasts of collective excellence we encounter with numbing predictability from neoconservatives and their allies.” But Gramble finds fault with both major political parties. “Obama and Mitt Romney do not speak from separate traditions but from within the same ideological construction of the purpose-driven nation,” writes Gramble.

Read at The American Conservative

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