For 400 years United States of America became the greatest nation. ItÂ¹s leaders know exactly what virtues itÂ¹s children should have, virtue like - not being prejudiced, sincerity, not to tolerate tabooes, to think maturely, to face the problems, to work against all kinds of cankers in it's society no matter if it concerns them directly or not. Infact that's what impresses me most Â common american cannot stand a gap in it's society code. ItÂ¹s like with the African-Americans Â slavery was going to work agaist the unity in the middle class. ThatÂ¹s why they were liberated. At first sight americans had no gain in letting the African-Americans be full-righted members of the society they have created, and worse, part of it's governing. They could have been much more stubborn (not that they have been very tolerant) and oppress and deprive from rights the negers for much longer period of time. Instead they were so far-sighted that for only 200 years underwent such a crucial turnover in treir beliefs and let the black people be a full-right members of the american society. For comparison here on the Bolkan peninsula racial intolerance inculcated centuries from now makes a handful of people fight in the name of their own racial superiority(Bosna, Kosovo, Cyprus...). For more than two millenia they could not overcome their differences and tolerate each other's peculiarities.
Another reason for my respect in american philosophy is that it's creators work so hard to elucidate to the common citizen what is right and what are the ideals he should believe in - I mean the american philosophy is to teach the people to fight for the beliefs their country is built on. That's why there's no chance a dictator to subsist, no chance an ideology like communism to exist - the leaders of this nation saw the evil in it made the common american to fear it. The leader understands that if you make the mass to believe in what you believe you become invincible and with you invincible becomes your nation. American society is built in such a way that it can manage to subsist without a leader. The leader only creates laws. It's not him or some governing organization which does the major fight against the communism or the dictatorship - it's the common people who reject the things it thinks are damaging for it's well-being. The average citizen of America believes in laws. If all he was trying was to find a way to go round it he would succeed. ThatÂ¹s what makes this nation so strong, that's what keeps our world becoming a dictatorship like in the George Orwell's novels.
That is why I want to go to the states - to study and acquire this moral code and teach my children to it no matter what country I live in.