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    Americans Concerned About Falling US Influence As China's Grows

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    Facing high unemployment and a difficult economy, most Americans think the United States will have a smaller role in the world economy in the coming years, and many believe that while the 20th century may have been the "American Century," the 21st century will belong to China.
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    Just imagine what a purely Germanic America could have become, with its head screwed on straight and looking after its own people rather than pursuing entanglements overseas. Imagine a Switzerland with America's resources and lebensraum. Would have been a good thing, wouldn't it? Just goes to show what corruption and shortsightedness can bring.

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