Despite the fact that many academics and economists suggest that the United States will not maintain its role as the world's highest-ranking superpower, this Robert Guest keynote speech argues exactly the opposite.
He argues that the country will continue to be a desirable destination for skilled immigrants to migrate to and that the nation is still seen as a country where dreams can come true. The Washington correspondent and economics writer believes that the American dream still exists in that there is a wide array of choice regarding the type of lifestyle that United States residents can pursue.
Although the country has been undergoing economic hardship as of late, this speaker believes that the opportunity to make a decent living in the United States, coupled with the choice about how to make that living, will continue to keep America at the top of the heap.
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Robert Guest's speeches lend credence to the exalted American dream theory. Although many have...