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Children and U.S. Foreign Policy

A great post by AustralianPolitics.com showcasing a satirical outlook on current U.S. Foreign Policy in a language that children can understand. At least there are some take-home points on making these topics easy to understand. Check out the post here.

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“Children and U.S. Foreign Policy”