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Many Americans believe that access to a good education is all that is needed to overcome inequality in our society. Take a position on whether you agree or disagree with this statement.
1 Strongly agree, One of the best things about studying in the USA is the vast number of academic options offered to students. Since the USA is such a large country with vast resources, almost every field of study is available in the country. [ One can study everything from Russian history to nuclear physics. That is why so may foreigners choose to obtain their training in the USA. If you can
perceive it, you can probably find some place in America to study it. ]
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America has been influenced by religion. Things that have been influenced are American culture, social life, and politics. A US without any type of religion would be a place without hope. There would be a negative effect on society without religion.
Weegy: Americans' views of the influence of religion in the U.S. have fluctuated substantially in the years since 1957, when Gallup first asked this question. [ At that point, perhaps reflecting the general focus on family values that characterized the Eisenhower era, 69% of Americans said religion was increasing its influence, the most in Gallup's history. Views of the influence of religion shifted dramatically in the mid-1960s. By 1970, in the midst of the protests over the Vietnam War and general social upheaval, a record 75% of Americans said religion was losing influence in American society. These views moderated in the years thereafter. At several points during the Reagan administration, a plurality of Americans returned to the view that religion was increasing its influence. By the early 1990s, Americans became more convinced again that religion was losing its influence. These views persisted until a sharp reversal after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, when a number of social and political indicators, including presidential and congressional approval and overall satisfaction with the way things were going, showed substantial increases ] (More)
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