This is a bunch of hype based on false assumptions. Most people in France love American culture and other foreign cultures and embrace a more international world and free fair markets. The French wear blue jeans and listen to rock music and drink Coke. They are now part of Europe, with the Euro as currency and European passports etc. Some of the biggest businesses in the world are in France. This whole concept of rampant French "Anti-Americanism" is dangerous nonsense. Many people in other countries, along with half the people in the U.S. oppose, for example, Bush's war in Iraq. Many Republicans have pointed out many flaws in Bush's foreign and domestic policies, and even the most superficial reading of the Wall Street Journal would reveal an endless stream of instances of corruption in big corporations. Does that mean they are anti-American and anti-business? To be against wrong policy or bad business is not to be against all policy or all business. The world's problems will not be helped by more xenophophia based on a hyped-up threat of blind "anti-Americanism."