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Has the U.S. gotten over its sense of "Manifest Destiny," or is the impulse just as strong today as it was in the mid -1800s? Do we still want to spread our culture and ideas to other nations? Give examples.

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The expert describes the ideology that the US wants all country to adopt the Manifest Destiny.

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The United States has figuratively gotten out of its "Manifest Destiny" doctrine, but in the literal sense it still maintains an ideology that its form of democracy should be employed across the world and throughout the middle half of the 20th century leading until the beginning of the 21st century the term "Manifest Destiny" has been supplanted for nation building. Examples of this "Manifest Destiny" can be seen from Chile to Iran where the ...

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