The USA! Terrain of Self-importance and A good deal! We must have a very good deal of pleasure in this brilliant land we now have. Currently being a attorney at law, I'm also very pleased of our governmental strategy, actually with all the issues it has. The legal requirements and also proper rights frequently create strange bedfellows, as the saying goes. Oftentimes proper rights does not seem to prevail, and is instead slaughtered by rules and procedures. But it is still a better-than-average system. To compare America with any other nation in the world, we have to give up an awful lot. We'd have to begin with our automobiles, because no other country enjoys the individual freedom of travel we have here. We'd have to give up over half our cars to compete with most nations.
This wouldn't seem too bad, though, because we'd also have to give up about two-thirds of our streets and highways too - just to compete with other nations. America only has about 6% of the world's population, and only occupies about 7% of the world's land surface, yet we have about 75% of the world's appliances, televisions, and other conveniences. One luxury we have, that many people in other parts of the world don't have, is the luxury of moving our residences. It is estimated the average America family moves about every seven years. In many parts of the world, two or three families share what we would call a single family residence. Think about the traffic jam in the bathroom! We enjoy freedom in this country that isn't even understood by other people. We have a free enterprise system second to none in the world. In other nations, it's often pre-determined even where a person will work, and many other things that affect them. Today in America History we tend to take for granted things that don't even exist in other parts of the world. And have you travelled recently, and have you looked for various choices in the supermarkets of other nations? The choices they have - if any - are extremely limited.
We walk into the store and have 10 choices of anything we want. I remember standing behind two Brits in London one day who were ordering an ice cream. One said to the other: "I can't believe those bloody Americans with 32 choices of ice cream. I can hardly decide between chocolate and vanilla.“ Our nation truly is a land of pride and plenty. Most potential employees can't seem to even define things like motivation, commitment, zeal, enthusiasm, or inspiration. Thus also today in america bradshaw profiles higher education institutions across the United States and Canada.