The international community should have a positive view of America because America has had a past of violence but only when needed and to someone who has never been here, they should come in feeling like America is great. I believe that they should view America of having the values of equality, change and directness, openness, and honesty. These values show that America is an equal place for all, we can accept change when it happens, but also create change, and that America is a very open and honest place.
One of a person 's given rights as a human is the right to equality no matter where he or she is. This means that a person can do and say whatever they please just like the next person can. This value makes men and women equal in the eyes of the government which in some states it is not considered equal. This value is important because it does not let someone have more power than they need to have or let anyone be “of a lower class” than someone else. Americans tend to treat foreigners no matter their social class with ...
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...are so open and honest some feel the need to correct them if they are wrong or to state their opinion because they do not like what was said. This is something that foreigners may or may not be used to but will probably be a little different from their country.
There are many values that foreign countries should think about when they think about America. Equality is important for them to view becuase they will know that people here are accepted and all treated like they are the same. The ability to change shows them that no matter what happens we can adapt and come out stronger than we were before. The view that the international community has on the United States can be reflected off of many things. Overall their view on our country is both negative and good. I believe that if they looked deeper into the soul of the United States they would change their viewpoint.
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