I’d like to say that America is gonna dominate the world in the next 100 years, but I don’t think so.
Question: What is your question?
Dan Glickman: I think that as citizens, we probably need to ask, “What sacrifices are we willing to make in order to make the country a better place?” We have a lifestyle that many generations to come will be able to have as good or better life than we do right now. And I think some Americans are asking that question, but not as much as we should. And I think the other question is, “What role do we want to be in the world of the future?” The world is changing, and I’d like to say that America is gonna dominate the world in the next 100 years; but I don’t think so. I think that we’ll have many competitors; but we still have a special obligation to be a unique force in the rest of the world. And I think we have to ask ourselves a question: “What do we want to do to achieve that kind of leadership status?” That’s where I want to go back to the American entertainment industry. There are really very few places where America can put its stamp on the world. So we do have a kind of special obligation there.