American ‘Exceptionalism?’ Yes, but Not in a Good Way

An American flag in front of a damaged school area in Dayton, Ohio on May 28, 2019. (Photo: Seth Herald/AFP via Getty Images)

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The author of nineteen books, beginning with the acclaimed Diet for a Small Planet, and co-author of Daring Democracy.

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Frances Moore Lappé

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The author of nineteen books, beginning with the acclaimed Diet for a Small Planet, and co-author of Daring Democracy.

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