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We Americans love a safe experience without risk. Think about Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Va, the amusement park which used to call itself "Old Country." It's a caricature of Europe, with busty beer fraus serving watered-down brews—the park is owned by Anheuser-Busch, so that's no surprise—at the year-round "Oktoberfest" garden, minstrel-like "Italians" juggling, and polite, non-smoking "Frenchmen" sporting berets for the flip-flopped masses venturing out of suburbia, another façade of perfection. For another example, think about the South of the Border theme park in South Carolina, with its snoozing, racist...

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