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December 13, 1990 | ELIZABETH VENANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a black-and-white photograph, a solitary Jew in a skull cap and prayer shawl stands on a prairie, isolated against the vastness of a Western skyscape. When the man speaks into the photographer's tape recorder, however, the grandeur of the pioneer settling an untrod continent dissipates. "It just doesn't offer me what I'm looking for in terms of my career," says the man called Joe, explaining why he left his hometown.
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November 26, 2000 | GREGORY RODRIGUEZ, Gregory Rodriguez is a fellow at the New America Foundation
Most Americans don't think of their country as a large extended family in the way that, say, the French or Italians view their homelands. Attempts to describe what it means to be American invariably wind up in cold abstractions and lofty ideals, like individualism, political freedom, or life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. For most of us, our nation may at times inspire pride or shame, but--with the possible exception of enjoying the express U.S.
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November 26, 2000 | GREGORY RODRIGUEZ, Gregory Rodriguez is a fellow at the New America Foundation
Most Americans don't think of their country as a large extended family in the way that, say, the French or Italians view their homelands. Attempts to describe what it means to be American invariably wind up in cold abstractions and lofty ideals, like individualism, political freedom, or life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. For most of us, our nation may at times inspire pride or shame, but--with the possible exception of enjoying the express U.S.
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December 13, 1990 | ELIZABETH VENANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a black-and-white photograph, a solitary Jew in a skull cap and prayer shawl stands on a prairie, isolated against the vastness of a Western skyscape. When the man speaks into the photographer's tape recorder, however, the grandeur of the pioneer settling an untrod continent dissipates. "It just doesn't offer me what I'm looking for in terms of my career," says the man called Joe, explaining why he left his hometown.
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