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Does America Still Exist Does America still exist The author Richard Rodriguez believes that this question should be answered with urgency now America is the country that is supposed to be the free fun brave and powerful This country is so depressing to me because America is none of the following The United States of America leads all countries in the world in death rate teenage childbirth drug and substance abuse and violence Its a shame for a country so powerful to be so ill minded Personally I dont think there was an America to begin with America is supposed to be the land of the free There is no freedom in this country Well if there is why do we all have social security numbers Lets analyze this for a second Security numbers for everyones social life I dont see any security in that We are supposed to be free and all it takes is nine strokes of a key in a certain computer and you can be found Social security yeah right it just another way for the government to keep a tab on you But its necessary for our freedom so they say America was previously known for being a free country having a right to be free and to do what ever you want This is exactly why this country is in the pits now Most countries have had a king or a ruler where America hasnt America is one of the most diverse countries in the world In the sixth paragraph Rodriguez says We pledge allegiance to diversityRodriguez 584 America is known for contradicting themselves and heres a prime example Whether it may be race beliefs religion style decent foods background etc we are all different in some sort of way but we as a country will discriminate against one another just because they dont do the same as others do This is the result when you mix up
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