One Nation, Divided - Part II: Religion

Author(s)
Jill Lawrence, Andrew Kohut
 
Date
2002
 
Source
USA Today
 
Abstract
One nation, united or divided? Americans are all over the map on important issues ranging from gun control to politics to religion. Yet, in spite of all the diverse opinions, we remain one nation. We have the ability to rally around the flag and the presidency and present a united front. What is it about the fabric of these United States that allows us to disagree, vigorously and sometimes even angrily, and still come together as a nation with a common purpose? What enables us to unite when other countries are violently torn apart by their differences?
 
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