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So making chess compulsory in schools would be a good way of establishing the USA as a dominant chess nation and to embody their ideological ideals? Is that what you try to say?
It would hurt others views of america. Most of the world hates us already and i dont think they could hate us anymore, but this is not the place to speak of it. Having america as a top chess nation might make other nations think of us not as imbreed hicks but start to recognize our mental ability.
Chess has nothing to do with mental ability and it's harmful in many ways to pretend it does. Also the way you say "inbred hicks" shows many stereotype problems of your own.
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