Anti-Americanism  

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"You are a nation that exploits women like consumer products or advertising tools calling upon customers to purchase them. You use women to serve passengers, visitors, and strangers to increase your profit margins. You then rant that you support the liberation of women." --"Letter to America"

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Anti-Americanism, often Anti-American sentiment, is opposition or hostility toward the government, culture, or people of the United States. In practice, a broad range of attitudes and actions critical of or opposed to the United States have been labeled anti-Americanism and the applicability of the term is often disputed. "Unlike other more researched, consensually reprehensible attitudes and prejudices, such as racism, sexism, anti-Semitism, and homophobia, anti-Americanism was regarded among the intelligentsia as a more or less natural phenomenon, perhaps regrettable but easy to explain and largely justified".

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