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Manifest Destiny and American ExceptionalismName:University:America's Age of ImperialismQ1. Explain Manifest Destiny and American ExceptionalismManifest Destiny: During the nineteenth century, the Manifest Destiny was the broadly believed potential of the United States that American pioneers were bound to grow and increase expansively all through the globe's continents. History specialists have generally concurred that there are three essential subjects which drove to Manifest Destiny: 1. The unique ethics of the American individuals and their establishments; 2. America's mission to recover and revamp the west in the picture of agrarian America; 3. A compelling fate to achieve this vital duty.History specialist Frederick Merk quotes that this idea resulted from "A feeling of adventure and mission to reclaim the Old World by high example...generated by the possibilities of another earth for building another paradise (McCrisken, 2003)American exceptionalism: American exceptionalism was a formulated hypothesis that the United States is subjectively unique in relation to other country states. In this perspective, the U.S exceptionalism originates from its emergence out of an insurgency, so as to become what Seymour Martin Lipset apolitical researcher called "the first new nation" and creating an extraordinarily American philosophy, "Americanism", focused around freedom, libertarianism, independence, republicanism, majority rule government and free enterprise.

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