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The Old Ball Game An American dream can be defined through an examination of the American lifestyle and by picking out the most common themes The most common themes Americans associate with are the basics graduating at the top of the class finding a high-paying job settling down with the perfect spouse a house in the suburbs with a white picket fence two children running through the yard chasing the dog and of course apple pie and baseball Yes baseball is considered by many to be part of the American dream It is through baseball that many can relive their childhood It has been the one daily and constant event that the American society depends on to be there during every summer night The annual fall classic the World Series catches the attention of the entire country Like the New York Yankees baseball has become a part of America After World War II many countries were completely demolished physically and mentally Among these countries was Japan Countless numbers of Japanese people were dead and land buildings and entire cities were destroyed For the first time in Japans history their God had spoken to the public destroying his immortal reputation During the postwar years Japan looked to the major powers of the world to develop a foundation for a new country Included in this foundation was a need for new ideas and dreams Of course Japan did not completely erase thousands of years of tradition and culture but Japan did take many international ideas and transformed them into her own In the Movie Mr Baseball a Japanese woman describes Japans borrowing techniques Japan takes the best from all over the world and makes it Hers Welles Included in the world powers of the time was America therefore Japan borrowed several ideas from the United States One such idea just happened to be Americas
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