American Identity: a Buffet of Culture

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American History

 

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Jerrell M

 

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June 1, 2016

 

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University

 

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culture. Family names were often changed to be more "American" and parents insisted that only English be spoken in the home. As of recently, this is no longer the case. According to Ruth Krinke, Chair of the 2006 NAR International Operations Committee, "U.S. immigrants no longer with to assimilate into a blended culture...
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immigrants no longer with to assimilate into a blended culture. Most of today's immigrants-whether legal or illegal ?wish to maintain their own cultural identities within the melting pot. The very concept of the blended culture, therefore, has begun to evaporate." Many now alternatively consider the United States a buffet of cultures or a salad of distinct vegetables, where the dressing is what holds us together...
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