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June 11th, 2013
Episode 904 of 1282 episodes
Joseph Nye asks: If the United States starts out the 20th century as a second-tier power and it ends up the 20th century as the world's only superpower, did it matter who was president? Would it all have occurred or turned out the same way anyway, or did individual leaders make a big difference?