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This chapter looks at the subject of internationalism as understood differently by different countries with different social systems. This chapter also examines the policies of a number of private and nongovernmental organizations with regard to internationalist work. For example, the chapter discusses how Cuban internationalism differs from the U.S. brand as exemplified by the Alliance for Progress, Fulbright, and USAID.

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