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This essay draws on Chomsky, and notes that for many people the term "anti-Americanism" works like a tool preventing criticism of the U.S. It argues that the term frames the narrative and helps depict sharp criticism of the U.S. as irrational and excessive. Hence, this essay appreciates Shorbagy's statement that anti-Americanism has played a huge role in fusing the forces that became "Kefaya," and that this Egyptian movement represents an alternative form of resistance to American empire, anddoi:10.5406/illinois/9780252040832.003.0017 fatcat:hzsa5uhferhpnjs4okhx32wq3u