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The surprising optimism of Michael Moore's 'Where to Invade Next'

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This week also marks an oddly delayed wide release of Michael Moore's latest free-form cinematic op-ed Where to Invade Next , which offers the usual assortment of laughs and food for thought, though its anecdotal approach almost seems to invite the 

When a country invades another country, it's generally after something. When we invaded Iraq in 2003, we were after oil, whatever homilies the White House PR machine cloaked it in. Sometimes the spoils of war are territory, sometimes loot. The ancient 

This week also marks an oddly delayed wide release of Michael Moore's latest free-form cinematic op-ed Where to Invade Next , which offers the usual assortment of laughs and food for thought, though its anecdotal approach almost seems to invite the 

Moore's latest movie is funny and touching, and it has a lot to say about what we settle for as Americans citizens, and how much better our lives might be if we raised some hell. To make this point, Moore employs a gimmick, facetiously vowing to invade

In Where to Invade Next, muckraking filmmaker Michael Moore is a one-man army. He travels to distant corners of the globe, but not to spread American democracy. On the contrary, he visits foreign cultures to cherrypick their best ideas, many of which

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