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Term Paper on “The Ugly American”

In Chapter 21 of
The Ugly American
, Burdick and Lederer argue that U.S. foreign policy is failing, due to the
sum of tiny things. Their premise is that if Americans paid attention to and took care of the tiny things,
U.S. policy would improve radically. By tiny things, they mean small, seemingly unimportant steps that
often mean the difference between success and failure. What tiny things did Gilbert MacWhite, John Colvin,
Colonel Hillandale, Tex Wolchek, and Father Finian,do that allowed them to succeed? Is there any theme that
all (or most) have in common?