All-American, a Broadway musical with book by Mel Brooks, music by Charles Strouse, and lyrics by Lee Adams, opened in New York on March 19, 1962, and played 80 performances. The production starred Ray Bolger, Eileen Herlie, Ron Husmann, and Anita Gillette, and told the story of a mathematics professor whose theories changed the fortunes of the football team at a small southern college. Principal songs: "Melt Us"; "What a Country!"; "Our Children"; "We Speak the Same Language"; "It's Fun To Think"; "Once Upon a Time"; "Night Life"; "I've Just Seen Her"; "Physical Fitness"; "Rebel Yell"; "I Couldn't Have Done It Alone"; "If I Were You"; "The Real Me"; "Fascinating". This article is about the street in New York City. ...
American unity depends upon a widely-held belief in the principles and values embodied in the American Constitution and their fulfillment in practice: equal protection and justice under the law; freedom of speech and religion; and representative government;
Americanization means the civic incorporation of immigrants, that is the cultivation of a shared commitment to the American values of liberty, democracy, and equal opportunity.
Americanization requires a renewed emphasis on the common core of civic culture that unites individuals from many ethnic and racial groups.
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