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The American Character
Wednesday, 17 January 2007



What makes Americans tick? Answers from de Tocqueville to Obama.

The American Optimist
Sunday, 05 November 2006



Americans have had more then their fill of unhappy news recently, but the good still outweighs the bad.

Feature Story
The Changing Face of American Pluralism
Tuesday, 08 August 2006

Americans' ability to come together is part of the country's democratic bedrock. But are we trading our bonds of association for "checkbook advocacy groups" and civic disconnection?


Americans have always been excellent congregators. From the Revolutionary War to the Million Man March, our essential ability to unite has maintained our democratic tradition and shaped our national character, even as the contours of our associations change and develop. Our "clubs" have traditionally included churches, professional associations, trade unions, employers and local community groups, but advanced technology has made virtually any type of association not only possible, but easy and relatively cheap.

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Founding Fathers signing a document JULY 2008

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