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Would you say that Amrica's place in the world affairs reflects its economic position. Explain your answer.

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    I think the U.S. place in world affairs reflects its economic position, its military prowess, and -- to a lesser extent -- its reputation as a land of opportunity and freedom.

    What do you think?

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