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  1. Introduction
  2. Chomsky statement about Iran becoming 'evil'
  3. The truth
  4. Why the strong relationship between the U.S. and Iran fell through
  5. Conclusion
  6. Bibliography

Political philosophers have been offering different ideologies regarding human nature and the development of governments for thousands of years. Some have claimed that humans are naturally good and compassionate whereas others have argued their selfish and brutish nature. Civilizations have adopted communism, democracy, dictatorships and almost every other system of power imaginable. What seems to be a common understanding is that human beings need a system of government to ensure the preservation of their societies. However, governments often desire more power and begin to impose their rules and their will on people of other nations.

[...] Evil is a very strong word to use, especially when labeling entire nations of people. Essentially it boils down to the idea presented in action movies, comic books, and even the Bible. It is the notion that there are two sides; black and white, light and dark, good and evil with no middle ground in between. The word is essentially used to describe something which intends to destroy all things deemed good. This is a chancy term to use; but it forwards Bush's agenda as he portrays the U.S. [...]

[...] Foreign Policy, Sept. /Oct. Issue 144, p.34 - A.W. Smith. History Repeating Itself in Modern Day The Chronicle Herald. Halifax, Ca. 02/02/2006 - A. Feroz. Subimperialism in Action?. Pakistan Forum, Vol No. 6/7 March pp. 10-18. (p.11) - A. Kilgore. ?Undeterred by Failure in Iraq, Neocons Push for U.S. attack [...]

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