Who Is America?  is an American comedy television series created by and starring English actor Sacha Baron Cohen. The show premiered on July 15, 2018 on Showtime.  The series premiered in the United Kingdom,on July 16, 2018 on Channel 4. 
The show intends to "explore the diverse individuals, from the infamous to the unknown across the political and cultural spectrum, who populate our unique nation ”. 
In 2018 former Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) of Alabama sued Baron Cohen for $95 million relating to a mock interview in 'Who Is America' and allegations of pedophilia. Moore's attorney, Larry Klayman stated that Baron Cohen should be"held accountable for his outrageous and false, fraudulent and defamatory conduct which callously did great emotional and other damage to (this) great man and his wife and family". Introduction"Who is American?: The Challenges Faced by American National Characters" is the most important work of the world-famous scholar of international issues, Harvard University professor Samuel Tinton, following the "Clash of Civilizations and the Reconstruction of the World Order." The book turns the "clash of civilizations" perspective from the international to the United States, discusses the challenges of the characteristics of the American nationals, and believes that the United States has faced a serious juncture of where to go. If it does not vigorously defend and promote the fundamental characteristics of the Anglo-Apostolic culture, the state There will be danger of differentiation and decline.Starting from the national interests of the United States, the author elaborates on the international situation in which the United States was in the early 21st century and the role that the United States should play in the world. It believes that "Islamic militants" are the enemy of American reality and will face China. "Possible potential enemy." This book is published, that is, it has caused widespread controversy and commentary in the United States and the international community.about the authorProfessor of the Albert J. Weatherhead III School of Harvard University, Samuel Huntington, Director of the Harvard Institute for International and Regional Studies, and Director of the John Olin Institute for Strategic Studies. He was a consultant to the Security Program of the National Security Council of the Carter Administration, one of the founders and two editors of Foreign Policy magazine, and the president of the American Political Society. A large number of academic works and papers have been published.Catalogue of worksForewordPart I CharacteristicsChapter I National CrisisImportance: Is the national flag still hanging?Substance: Who are we?Global characteristic crisisProspects for American identityChapter II National Characteristics and OthersIdentity conceptOthers and enemiesSource of identityFalse dichotomyPart II American characteristicsChapter III Components of American CharacteristicsChange, continuity and incomplete truthImmigrants come to the previous settlersNot just faith"Not attached to one place"Ethnic and ethnic attributesChapter IV Anglo-Protestant CultureCultural core"Dissent in dissent""American Faith"Individualism and work ethicsMoralism and ReformChapter V Religion and ChristianityGod, the Cross, and the United StatesReligious personProtestant Guan and CatholicChristian peopleCivic religionChapter VI The emergence, victory and loss of national consciousnessVulnerability of the nation-stateCreate US featuresNational identity and other identitiesNational and patriotic victoryNationalism weakensPart III Challenges to American CharacteristicsChapter VII Deconstructing the United States: The Rise of Various Identityes Below the National LevelDeconstructivist movementThe challenge of "American faith"Challenge to EnglishChallenge to core cultureChapter VIII Assimilation: Attachment, Dual Nationality, and CitizenshipDamage sufferedImmigration: Assimilation and DifferentiationAssimilation: Is it still successful?The cause of assimilationImmigrantsImmigration processAmerican society: the United States has become a non-official activityDual citizenship and dual citizenshipCitizens and non-citizensWhat is the alternative to Guan Guohua?Chapter IX Mexican Immigrants and HispanicizationMexican/Latin American ChallengeWhy Mexican immigrants are not ordinaryAssimilation lag of MexicansPersonal assimilation and immigration enclaveMiami's Latin AmericanizationLatin Americanization in the southwestChapter X: The United States and the World MeetChanging environmentLooking for an enemyDead soul: elite non-nationalizationPatriotic publicImmigrant community, foreign government, and American politicsPart IV Reinvigorating American CharacteristicsChapter 11 New and Old FaultsTrend of influenceEnd of national identityRace: permanent, fuzzy, fadeWhite native culture protectionismTwo different languages: two languages and two cultures?Non-representative democracy: the elite to the publicChapter 12 The United States in the 21st Century: Vulnerability, ReligionAnd national characteristics"American Belief" in the Age of VulnerabilityAmericans turn to religionReligious global revivalIslamic militants and the United StatesThe United States in the world: is cosmopolitan, or empire-likeOr is it national?