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Blogger Researches 'How the World Sees America'
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Blogger Researches 'How the World Sees America'

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Blogger Researches 'How the World Sees America'

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Read Bakshi's Blog

Amar Bakshi is a blogger who spent the last year jumping borders, hailing rides and asking people around the world what they think of the United States. He found that people's narratives about America are not always what he expected.

Bakshi shares what he heard around the world with host Andrea Seabrook.

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