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Born in India, Kevy Argy, in A Changed America, details the changes he has observed since arriving in the USA in 1986. He shares in a frank manner what he sees as the cause of the changes and if they have been good or not so good. Growing up in India, Kevy Argy had a preconceived notion of what America was like. Like so many foreigners, his ideas were inaccurate and informed by tourists who did not know the authentic US. The books and articles he read in India portrayed a vastly different America than existed. He was shocked at some of the inaccuracies. However, as he spent time in his adopted country, he understood what America really is. One of the most significant truths about America is that it is constantly changing.
I was born in the USA in 1954. In my short lifetime, I have noticed many changes in the structure and make-up of America. Neighborhoods change, politics change, attitudes change, and everything changes. There have been economic changes that have left a wake of poverty. Social norms have changed, and the family structure is no longer a husband, a wife, and 2.5 children. A host of other genders has been added to the traditional male or female. Presidents may be white or not. The Vice-President may be a female. As an American, these changes have amazed me. To a native of India, the changes are significant. Read A Changed America to see how Kevy Argy characterizes all the changes. This book is an exciting read and will open your eyes to some issues.