Was Colonial Culture Uniquely American? Yes: Gary B. Nash No: David Hackett Fisher Each of the authors of this spirited debate between the uniqueness (or the lack there of) of the American culture presented compelling arguments for their side. Nash feels strongly that the convergence of the three cultures which he refers to as a tri-racial society, in and of itself created a new and unique culture. Regardless of the origins of these cultures, he refers to the unique blend of diverse environmental factors and peoples caused the development of a variety of cultures that were mostly English, part European, and altogether original. He argued that social development studies showed changes in their social behaviors and their interactions once in their new environment.
The United Nations named Canada one of the greatest countries in the world. Canada is a great country because of its quality of life, and its great worldwide reputation with other countries. In Canada we have great Heath care system and many educational opportunities. Canada has a lot of tourism with many wonderful places to visit, and it also has the lowest crime rate in the world. Quality of life is one of the best; people that live here enjoy the security of knowing that their family will be safe.
Aashish Gautam Professor Dr. James Wright English 1302 10 August 2015 Necessity of Public Engagement with Multiculturalism in America The United States is a land of immigrants. This country has people of different backgrounds from all around the globe. Because of the people of different race, ethnicity, and nationality, America is one of the diverse nations in the context of cultures. Sharing different cultures and tradition among the people of different backgrounds can certainly incorporate uniformity among people. The practice of multiculturalism gives uniqueness and an essential component to benefit the country such as good public relationship.
What attracted me to this book was the way the author expressed each occurrence in his rediscovery of America in a comical way. Especially when Mr. Bryson starts comparing differences between America and its citizens, and England and its citizens, in a way it was never done before. He manages to describe some incidents in detail, and also hits out at America’s way of life. He points out
English II Essay 4 Jennifer Duncan December 4, 2010 An insight in the American Dream The American Dream is a dream of a nation which people can reach their highest potential. It is a dream of social stability in which every man and each woman have the full distinguish of what they are, despite of the conditions of birth or gender. The essays”Declaration of Sentiments by authors Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and the essay “I Have a Dream” by Martin Luther King, Jr. illustrate two different times in American history. They were both martyrs and spoke of injustices against citizens of America. Both authors show some lines of thought on what the freedom in the American dream means.
This is well reflected by the popular "fat American" stereotype.  Racism and racialism American people in general are sometimes portrayed as racist or racialist, often discriminating against their minorities. Racism was a significant issue of American history and is still relevant today. Racialized society, racial classification, and the concept of race is a part of the American culture, where it is frequently used in political contexts. Racial segregation, racial animosity, affirmative action and racial quotas are often used in the United States.
These amendments give Americans the right to speak freely, be treated equally, and have power distributed evenly amongst everyone. Not a lot of people have these privileges. The fact that our country is the first to be founded by average, hard-working people is what makes American famous. Many people believed that our nation
In What is an American? by J. Hector St Joh De Crevecoeur, he writes “ The law, the indulgent laws, protect them as they arrive, stamping on them the symbol of adoption: they receive ample rewards for their labours; these accumulated rewards produce them lands; those lands confer on them the title of freeman; and to that title every benefit is affixed which men can possibly require” The writer states all of the benefits of coming to America and eventually becoming. Us americans are spoiled completely spoiled, and other countries aren’t as lucky as we are and get a say in the way their country is run. America is the land of opportunity, the place people come to and work their way from the bottom to become wealthy citizens. The opportunities are endless living in
Living in America, I see individuals from different nationalities, backgrounds, sexual orientations, genders, and abilities. Many people believe diversity means only cultural and racial differences; however, diversity is far more in dept. To (truly) understand diversity, one must understand, different races, cultural norms, backgrounds, and beliefs. Therefore in being accepted to the university of Maryland, I will gain understanding about all kinds of diversity because the University of Maryland is a microcosm of the American community. America is called a Melting Pot.
And they finally become classical. In my opinion, American popular culture has some positive features. For instance, it takes in various cultural elements and advocates the individuality as well as spirit of innovation. It is those features that make it one of the most-sought-after cultures all over the world. Then what should we do with the American popular culture?