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The traits of the typical American has changed drastically throughout the years We have changed in many ways from when we officially became independent in 1776 to the present time in 2001 Some of the metamorphosis we have undergone as a country have been for the better others for the worst In the twentieth and now the twenty-first centuries the American society has grown up with new ideas on life and new technology that has become a part of lifeThe Modern American can be described as someone who is hardworking self-made and electronically advanced Women used to stay home and take care of the house while their husbands worked Now women are working in the same fields as men even in high prestige jobs such as doctors lawyers and presidents of well-known companies Todays American makes his or her money by working hard The typical American worker starts at the bottom and works hard get to the top Everywhere people are using devices such as cellular phones 2-way pagers laptop computers and other devices that were not available before and have now become an important part of the way Americans live Americans have been disappointing over the past ten years or so Problems have escalated in drug use hate crimes and other negative actions such as teenage pregnancy There have been several improvements in the state of Americans like the reduced rate of smoking and homicides It is important to progress in the fighting of drug use hate crimes as well as our other problems to improve todays society The actions of Americans now will affect the society in the future whether it is one year from now or one-hundred years from now which makes it important to choose what is best for the nation
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