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Why We Rule! 101 Great Reasons to Love Our Country

by Rob Cohen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060099410, Paperback)

Plymouth Rock meets Kid Rock in Why We Rule! an irreverent and unabashedly patriotic celebration of the United States of America. Inspiring, educational, and almost as much fun as getting high and watching TV!

Why do we love our country so much? We're the home of the free, the land of the brave, and the wacky inventors of everything from toilet paper to People magazine. Join us as we take one giant leap for mankind with lists, stats, and facts on:

Rock 'n' Roll
From Elvis to Britney...the lindy hop to hip-hop!
Hollywood
The best flicks, from Jaws to Deep Throat!
Inventions
The internet, martinis, and the slinky!
Medicine
Pioneers in kidney transplants and breast implants!
Eats
Home of hot apple pie, and hot pizza delivered in thirty minutes or less!
Sexy Chicks
From Angelina Jolie to the Statue of Liberty!
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In Nobel prizes, Olympic gold medals, and worldwide production of salt!

If that's not enough, how about celebrating our entrepreneurial spirit, landing on the moon, hot-and-cold running showers, big national monuments, and oh, yeah...a little thing called freedom.

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