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Unformatted text preview: national interests forever. How was this deal a slightly different situation from EHMs triangle schemes with developing countries? 3. Why does Perkins think that General Torrijos was a threat to the Global Empire network? What happens when the leaders of other countries refuse the invitations of U.S. corporations? Who or what are the jackals that Perkins describes? 4. What parallels does Perkins draw between current US foreign policy and our own in the colonial period (1600-1750s) before the American Revolution? What are some differences between our early Republic (as a young nation in the late 1700s) and our current role in the Global Empire? Are there similarities also?...
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