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The poem "Rendezvous With America," discusses how great people from all over the world flock to America. These men stem from all ethnic, racial, and religious backgrounds. They were brave and took the major risks to move to this new land called America. To the narrator, America is every man's country. It is a country for white men such as Daniel Boone and Jesse James. It is a country for Jews such as Louis Brandeis, a US Supreme Court Justice. It is a country for Italians such as La Guardia who was the visionary mayor of New York City. It is a country for Asians such as writer Lin Yutang. It is a country for Slavic peoples such as the famous conductor Stokowski. And lastly, America is a country for black people such as abolitionist Fred Douglass.

America is also a great power...

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