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Continued: U.S., China differ on building bridges, and roads, in Africa

  • Article by: JOHN RASH
  • Last update: December 13, 2013 - 6:20 PM

Yet despite Washington’s current dysfunction, enduring U.S. values, as well as the potency of America’s global cultural influence, should result in the United States continuing to build bridges, even if many of the roads are paved by China.

 

John Rash is a Star Tribune editorial writer and columnist. The Rash Report can be heard at 8:20 a.m. on Friday on WCCO Radio, 830-AM. On Twitter: @rashreport.

 

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