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Introduction I became a French-American citizen in September 2008, because I had a feeling that the November 2008 presidential election was going to be historical one and felt like I wanted to be part of it. The cost for me to become a US citizen was $700 to apply, not taking into account the cost to miss work and the time spent studying for the “history test”. I am not pro-amercain or pro-french. I am a dual citizen who is moderate politically, socially liberal and with a reminiscence of revolution spirit from my French upbringing and an with unusual perspective on politics inherited from my international identity.