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America the Unusual Imagine being a student of history in a foreign country You are asked to write a paper on The Land of Opportunity or America Better yet you are a visitor under a Visa Either way you look at it you will come to the same conclusion That America is a place like no other in this world In America the Unusual by John W Kindon I will explain how the United States is different from the rest of the world geographically socially governmentally individually as well as others Being geographically isolated from the rest of the world by land and sea barriers America is in its own world The US has to set up trade with other countries in order to have economic success The country was built on immigrants coming over to start over to get opportunities that they were given in their countries America was the new frontier to most It was a place built on the immigrant experience America was a very diverse population but a population that stuck together to build what the United States is today This is one country that in due time would set itself apart from any other country throughout the world Americans ideology alone is different than the thinking of most nations One of the factors that separates America from other countries is it individualism As a country America is always at war with each other when it comes to this Americans have always emphasized a small government and promoted equality as well as the right to be heard The citizens of the United States may lean left or right on some issues but always seem for the most part to come together with an understanding of its government One problem that America has to deal with is that many of Americans have individual goals but have no community goals Many of the people only care about
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