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Throughout our countrys existence one maxim has predominated its impression The notion that this land mass which has arbitrarily been selected through a course of events we call history is the land of opportunity People have found refuge freedom and enterprise in America However even though we serve to be a global hub to capitalism and freedom it is our existence that is our demise Many people are confused about the goals of our country and the idealities of righteousness and freedom that America is trying to instill within its inhabitants Our identity as Americans shouldnt be muddled but instead clearly recognizable Unfortunately one of the more powerful solicitors of identity is the education system What we learn is filtered to fit a quota for what a typical American should know and identify with Now I personally do not know who defines this quota I do however know that the historical events that underline our history and in turn our identity is very biased in the sense that the duality that exists whether within man himself or the actual events is overlooked and mistakably unmentioned America is usually perceived as an unbiased and understanding nation However I think that this common but wrong perception is influenced by our countrys full metal jacket our countrys protection against itself I think that most American youths today can agree that the education provided is in great attempts to be multicultural but is in fact unavoidably saturated with traditional historical treatments of the typical American story In most schools especially before college there is a standard curriculum that is taught We as students learn about our countrys history focusing on mostly European descent and how the events of the world has shaped America into the glorious nation that exists today Now the facetious nature of this adjective glorious is often unnoticed Luckily I am here to point it out for you First we must define glorious Glorious noted by
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