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The United States Military Industrial Complex is the subject of this documentary examining the decisions that have driven American foreign policy since World War II. In the past, the U.S. had a reputation as a peacekeeper; at the turn of the 21st Century, it's the exact opposite. In addition to revisiting some of the most pivotal landmarks in U.S. history, interviews with such noted figures as Noam Chomsky, Cathy Kelly, Chalmers Johnson, William Blum offer illuminating insight into the ways - both good and bad - that America has wielded its massive power, and formidable influence.