"Our strength as a nation comes in our unity. We are the United States of America, not the divided states.

And those who want to divide us are trying to divide us, and we shouldn't let them do it."


     The section "U.S. NATION" depicts concepts such as the American Way of Life, the American Dream and the great American flag from a perspective abroad.

     The United States is a land of the free, and the home of the brave. For many migrants, it is a place of longing. For those who come the legal way, the U.S. is a nation that offers freedom, liberty, and individuality. A key role in American unity lays in patriotism. This sense of nationality refers to various sectors. It is a devotion to American history and the nation's development towards a more perfect union. It is a devotion to freedom for which the colonists already fought for during the American Revolutionary War (1775 - 1783) to emancipate from monarchy as Europe's former system of government. American patriotism  also refers to the ethical and geographical diversity of the United States. Furthermore, it is an appreciation for American achievements in the fields of politics and science. It is said that it's not easy to be free and that new democracies often fail because they are difficult to sustain. Thanks to the Founding Fathers, the principles of American democracy are strong. They analyzed liberty and debated how to protect and expand it instead of simply sermonizing about these concepts.