The popular American culture signifies contribution of all these sections. The rich, complex and yet unique American culture has major influence of European cultural patterns, particularly in language, the arts and political institutions, but it has a good share of the cultural diversity from the people of Africa, Asia, and North America as well1.
Working diligently throughout the week and then spending the weekends with friends and family is one of the popular American ways of preparing oneself for the week ahead. The government too has been supporting and facilitating such system, because it is sound economics. The business will thrive only when we spend money from our kitty. The system too doesn't require complex scientific postulates; instead it works with pure interests and influences. Economic prosperity too is not a guarantee under a flourishing democracy, as we can see in cases of India and Brazil, the world's first- and fourth-largest democracies, respectively. These nations have been struggling for centuries to escape poverty. In fact, at times, the smooth correlation between politics and economics defies even the common wisdom. For example, while autocratic regimes are known to have a destabilizing effect on nation's economy, South Korea and Singapore crossed the threshold to development and prosperity under autocratic regimes2. This further indicates that popular culture defies the scientific deduction and rational logic. It all depends on the patience and temperament of the people.
America has seen maddening rush for Harry Potter series, a fictitious character, living in a fictitious world of wizard, making everything possible with his magic tricks. How does one explain this craze for Harry Potter and his brand of magic tricks The final Harry Potter book 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' is stated to have a record first day sales of 8.3 million copies3. That does not involve any science at all. J.K Rowling knew how to play with the emotions and sentiments of the people. She is a wonderful marketing professional as well and came out successful in implementing her progressive plans. An average American citizen is a peace loving person. But unfortunately, today America is involved around in many such missions which are proving to be detrimental for the popularity of American culture and its ways of life. While the search for the Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan is proving to be a big headache for the country, the Iraq venture too is proving to be a costly affair. Carrying out massive strikes in Iraq, in search of the illusive WMDs and plunging huge manpower and resources guarding a foreign land certainly doesn't involve any science in it. It's apparently the game of power politics or is it the dual for controlling the vast oil reserves. Well, we're all waiting for the appropriate answer. President Bush has seen sharp decline in his popularity but he continues to have a firm grip on the administration and country's affairs. If we go by a pure scientific deduction then the dissatisfaction of majority of the people should have resulted in the stepping down of the President. But it is a part of