Growing Apart? America and Europe in the Twenty-First Century
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Description: This book explores the forces pushing America away from its democratic friends and neighbors. It examines the underlying forces shaping the democratic states of the West. Individual chapters pose questions such as: Why is religion so powerful in America? How will the flow of immigration shape politics across the West? Why is Europe rejecting America's version of capitalism? How is the media changing in Europe and America? Why are "Conservatives" so different on each side of the Atlantic? And, finally, what do these competing forces portend for the future of the transatlantic relationship?
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 11/19/2007
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Jeffrey Kopstein is assistant professor of political science at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
|Introduction: Growing Apart? America and Europe in the Twenty-First Century|
|The Religious Divide: Why Religion Seems to Be Thriving in the United States and Waning in Europe|
|Value Change in Europe and North America: Convergence or Something Else?|
|On Different Planets: News Media in the United States and Europe|
|One Ring to Bind Them All: American Power and Neoliberal Capitalism|
|Spreading the Word: The Diffusion of American Conservatism in Europe and Beyond|
|Work, Welfare, and Wanderlust: Immigration and Integration in Europe and North America|
|Lost in Translation: The Transatlantic Divide over Diplomacy|
|The Atlantic Divide in Historical Perspective: A View from Europe|