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This paper examines the seminal contribution of two 19th-century Americans, John L. O'Sullivan and Josiah Strong, towards promoting socio-political attitudes with a marked nationalist and imperialist thrust. On the face of it, any such agenda is blatantly opposed to the current notion of transculturalism. What yields to a transculturalist reading of their respective writings is the mythology they championed, one whose biological, historical, religious and civilisation determinations fashioneddoaj:552bd01cee544049aeaf9a1c5f3144b1 fatcat:jkqgq7c7inhx3cy2dm27neevwy