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The Branch for the Study of the United States promotes better understanding of the people, society, culture, and institutions of the United States. The Branch offers Institutes for the Study of the U.S. and special projects developed in conjunction with USIS posts overseas. In addition, the Branch has been active in producing and distributing Study of the U.S. materials and the American Studies Collection.

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