by Robert Shrum
| Apr. 22, 2011
A visit to Southeast Asia evokes memories of our folly-filled past — and serves as a reminder of the critical issues we face today
Are Americans still capable of making this country serious? That is the question — the real and fundamental issue — that spans all the bitter debates now raging in Washington, and everywhere in a decidedly unhappy land.
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This article definitely asks a lot of important questions about our country that some would be afraid to ask. It really makes you think about what our country has done in the past and what it's doing today. Being able to critically examine the wrong doings of the US in the past is very refreshing to hear, and might make people now think a little bit more about how we're involved around the world and how self righteous we are.