For many people, America remains a model. A model of an economy in full growth, a model of a society which has created millions of jobs, a model of a nation reuniting men and women from the most diverse origins. Today, like before, America demonstrates her amazing capacity to adapt and to bounce right back. For the first time in print, the President of the United States expounds his personal vision of the American dream, a dream which he intends, from this moment forward, to transform into reality. A political document, but also offering many subjects, from education to budgetary concerns, for general reflection.
What will France be like in twenty years ? Faced with the fear of the future, with the current unease and confusion of French citizens, we need to change the way we look at things. We must stop asking ourselves about individualism in our society and look for answers to the mounting solitude. Stop theorizing about immigration problems and find the keys to demographic evolution. Stop fearing the invasion of the immaterial and start looking for the the new social fabric of tomorrow. We must suggest some possible plans of action and thought processes, provide some sketches of tomorrow's France, among the risks and hopes, to get some new perspectives.