Abstract / Description of output
In the United States, conservatives increasingly insist that American policy (foreign and domestic) should reflect “American exceptionalism”: the belief that the U.S. possesses a heritage and set of virtues that distinguishes it from all other nations, and gives it a special world mission. Skepticism about this political project can take two forms: Either the U.S. is simply not exceptional; or the U.S is exceptional, but viciously so.
|Journal||Law and Politics|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|