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  • America’s reputation isn't dictated by politics
  • America’s reputation isn't dictated by politics
    Thomas Hawk (2015) ©
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America’s reputation isn't dictated by politics

While global opinion of the White House plummets, ratings of America's people and culture remain high. As a generation of disillusioned voters question whether democracy represents the will of the people, people are judging countries based on their popular culture, rather than their administration.

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