The Western world or the West is a term usually referring to different nations,
depending on the .... There is debate among some as to whether Latin America is
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Nov 17, 2011 ... American values differ from those of Western Europeans in many important ways.
Most notably, Americans are more individualistic and are less ...
Nov 23, 2011 ... American opinions differ considerably from those of Western Europeans when it
comes to views of individualism and the role of the state.
May 24, 2014 ... Europe is a lot more social cohesive than the United States, despite the "melting
pot" myth. Western Europe has set up government systems ...
Nov 17, 2011 ... Part of the Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project, this survey compares
the values of Americans versus those of Western Europeans, ...
Comparing Western European and North American. Drug Policies. An
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Feb 15, 2014 ... Many Western Europeans think of Americans as hopelessly, bafflingly, and
dangerously, religious. Many Americans think of Western ...
Americans don't know much. They don't know geography, languages, history, or
where they put their underwear. Europeans think they're clever. Read this to ...
For instance, after helping liberate Europe after WWII, America didn't try to put
any Western European country under the USA, like Russia put Eastern Europe ...
The Western world (i.e. Europe, the Americas, Australia and New Zealand) could
be considered as a single "Western civilisation". 'Westernness' could be ...