Almost from the nation’s founding, Americans have thought of their country as having a unique role in the world. A British commentator explains why he believes the U.S. is not as exceptional as it often believes.

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  • Godfrey Hodgson Associate fellow at Rothermere American Institute at Oxford University.

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