Archive for the ‘France’ Category

Interview With Authority Magazine About The American Dream

April 13, 2021 | American Dream

Etienne Deffarges: I Am Living Proof Of The American Dream An Interview With Vicky Colas “Perseverance is also a key requirement for any immigrant to America, because of the very lengthy and somewhat bureaucratic process to reach citizen status. There are dozens of hurdles to overcome. None of them is unsurmountable or even very challenging, but …

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“Les Trentes Glorieuses” and the American Dream

August 11, 2020 | Education

“Les Trentes Glorieuses” and The American Dream: A Father – Son Story   “Les Trentes Glorieuses” is an expression that refers to the 1945 -1975 period in France following the end of the Second World War. In France as in other European countries such as West Germany, these thirty years were characterized by strong economic …

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Has U.S. Health Care Spending Finally Stabilized?

February 3, 2019 | ACA

Has U.S. Health Care Spending Finally Stabilized? An Outlook for 2019 The official 2017 statistics from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) are out, and there are some good news: The annual growth rate of health care spending is slowing down, and is the lowest since 2013 at 3.9%—it was 4.8% for …

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World Cup of Soccer: How Do You Say “Mundial” in Russian?

June 4, 2018 | World Cup

World Cup of Soccer: How Do You Say “Mundial” in Russian? The World Cup is coming! It will start precisely at 11am ET on June 14, in Moscow, with a match between host Russia and Saudi Arabia. Thirty-two soccer nations will vie for that most elusive title in sports, achieved by only eight countries since …

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