Global America

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From the 1970s to the present, conservatism, globalization, and an emphasis on individual rights and non-discrimination have changed the United States. Conservatism has sought to limit the role of the federal government, advance the market economy, and return the nation to a faith-based society. Globalization further integrated the United States with the world through immigration, trade, and the exchange of popular culture. Inspired by the civil rights movement, a variety of groups sought to expand their rights.

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