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The United States is often portrayed as an "offspring" of England because of our language and because our national existence began with 13 English colonies.  Yet, both France and Spain controlled more of the present U.S. than England did, and most Americans today are not of English descent.  How important was the English colonial experience--and that of other cultures--to our identity as Americans?  Has the English legacy been overrated or underrated?  How about the legacies of other cultures (Native American, French, Spanish, African, Dutch, etc.)?

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