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Is America Dying?

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Tonights program dedication is to : Lt. Colonel Irving Thomas Shanley of Shrewsbury, formerly of Northborough, a retired US Army &  D-Day Veteran, died on Monday, December 3, 2012

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The United States clearly remains the standard, by most accounts, of progressive democracy and "the good life" at this point in world history.In many ways, the four presidential elections of the 21st century have reflected the turbulence of American democracy. Elections 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012 all revealed an American nation bifurcating into two distinct philosophical personalities and cultural societies -- simultaneously competitive, commingled, and interdependent -- each with legitimate but starkly different visions of our national destiny.

On one hand is "Traditional America" -- a historically dominant white society, rooted in rural, small town, middle regions, which subscribes to religious convictions, community values, and relatively conservative government. On the other hand is "Emerging America" -- a growing, eclectic society of relatively liberal and historically disadvantaged citizens in urban and coastal areas who are inclined toward social diversity, moral tolerance, and activist government.

"Traditional America" asserts its right of national control as the historic majoritarian democratic culture. Just as vehemently, "Emerging America" boldly defines itself as the future of our nation, not only in demographic terms but also as they demonstrated political majority in the November election.So is America Dying? or is it just changing?
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