Importance of the President in the Preservation of Civil Rights in the New America

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Importance of the President in the Preservation of Civil Rights in the New America
The United States faces increasing pressures at her borders from new agents of terror, by groups attempting to strike back against what they perceive as the Imperialistic ignorance of American political machinery. While other countries in the world especially those in the European Union share the same difficulty in facing an increase in terrorism, America is unique in that America is a country that has been built on diverse cultures from around the globe. “Scandinavians and Japanese … Germans, Irish, Chinese, and Italians” (Daniels 121) sought the friendly shores of the new world, and made America a marvel of multiple ethnicities, and multiple forms of...
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