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Americans in Europe combat anti-U.S. views

by Zachary A. Goldfarb The Washington Times 06/26/2003 Americans abroad — and a few Europeans — are organizing to fight the tide of anti-Americanism that washed over much of Europe this year with rallies, meetings and visits to U.S. war cemeteries. At Oxford University — where a generation and a …

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Yanks at Oxford

by Richard Reeves uExpress (also appeared in Yahoo! News, The Hartford Courant, and Tulsa World) 06/06/2003 OXFORD, England — More than 250 of the 900 or so Americans enrolled at Oxford’s 40 separate colleges have formed a group called Americans for Informed Democracy. They are an eclectic bunch of students …

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Oxford Journal; Antidote to Eurocritics In Red, White and Blue

by Warren Hoge New York Times 06/05/2002 OXFORD, England — Jason H. Wasfy, 23 and a 2001 graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Seth Green, also 23 and a 2001 graduate of Princeton, are both Marshall Scholars at Oxford. They arrived in Britain in the immediate aftermath of …

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Close Encounter: Americans and Europeans aren’t as far apart as everyone thinks

by Seth Green The American Prospect 06/03/03 OXFORD, ENGLAND — I was recently standing in line at a McDonald’s here, when a drunk Englishman began harassing me. “Is George Bush your hero?” he demanded. I tried to ignore him, but he followed me and a few of my American friends …

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Study Abroad

by Matthew Yohe The Trident (Washington and Lee) Forthcoming All of us remember where we were on September 11th, 2001. I had just begun my college career at W and L, and on my way back to the dorms after a geology class, my friend Mike Kearney told me a …

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It Didn’t Have to Be This Way

by Seth Green The Internationalist 04/17/2003 When the Pew Research Center released a survey earlier this month indicating a marked increase in anti-Americanism abroad, many Americans were understandably surprised. From America’s shores, the world finally appeared to be warming to our foreign policy. The U.N. Security Council had authorized strong …

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Understanding anti-Americanism

by Wahei Aoyama The Japan Times 03/21/2003 We hear it on the news, we feel the tension in the air, we see it on the faces of the masses: War is approaching, and the world is protesting. Feb. 15 was phenomenal: People around the world were united in showing their …

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