Loving — and Hating — the English Obviously, America is still a young, whippersnapper of a nation compared to Great Britain. Some cultural observers say the two countries have the most — and the least — in common.
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Loving — and Hating — the English

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Loving — and Hating — the English

Loving — and Hating — the English

Loving — and Hating — the English

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Obviously, America is still a young, whippersnapper of a nation compared to Great Britain. Some cultural observers say the two countries have the most — and the least — in common.

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Joe Queenan, author, Queenan Country: A Reluctant Anglophile's Pilgrimage to the Mother Country.

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