Advice to the Prince

Barack Obama in Cairo took a path that was different in tone, in implication, and in many particulars. Not since John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address has there been such a candid admission that the wrongs of a colonialism America has sometimes supported work against the ideals of American liberty.

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