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'''American Empire''' is a term sometimes used to describe the current alleged imperial behavior of the Unites States, and the influence this status exerts on world affairs.  A number of commentators have analogized between the [[cultural imperialism]] of the [[Roman Empire]] - ''i.e.'' [[Romanization]] - with the overwhelming power of American culture, often amounting to, in effect, the same result.
 
'''American Empire''' is a term sometimes used to describe the current alleged imperial behavior of the Unites States, and the influence this status exerts on world affairs.  A number of commentators have analogized between the [[cultural imperialism]] of the [[Roman Empire]] - ''i.e.'' [[Romanization]] - with the overwhelming power of American culture, often amounting to, in effect, the same result.
  
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American Empire is a term sometimes used to describe the current alleged imperial behavior of the Unites States, and the influence this status exerts on world affairs. A number of commentators have analogized between the cultural imperialism of the Roman Empire - i.e. Romanization - with the overwhelming power of American culture, often amounting to, in effect, the same result.