The Paradox of America

How can more than 300 million people whose roots are found in every region of the world get along in one society?

How is it that Americans style themselves as “individualists” and yet put great stress on “neighborliness?” Dr. William Stanton shares his perceptions on the apparent “Paradox of America.”

  • Speaker: William A. Stanton

    Director, American Institute in Taiwan

  • Moderator: Lung Yingtai

    Professor, the University of Hong Kong