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Tuesday May 24th, 2022 6:28PM

LISTEN: America vs. China: the struggle for world power

By Mornings on Maine Street

America is struggling to stay a superpower while China struggles to become one. Carl Delfeld says this is the decade of America's vulnerability and China's window of opportunity in his book "Power Rivals".

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