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The United States is a soverign nation in North America. It declared independence from Great Britain in 1776. It is one of the most powerful nations in the world and the fastest growing nation. It ranks third in population only behind China, and India.
The United States declared its independence from the United States on July 4, 1776.
Confederate Revolutionary War (2046-2050)
On July 4, 2046, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and Texas seceeds from the United States. The following year the remaining southern states seceeded and founded the Confederate States of America. This war was caused by the division between Northern and Southern Culture. Another cause was because of the division of Northern Liberals (specifically in California and New York) and Southern Conservatives.
bold indicates a former state
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|Puerto Rico||San Juan||2022||-|
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Possible New States
Despite the United states having 46 total states (was 58 from 2038-2046), there are other proposals to create new states both in the United States and Internationally.
In Quebec, there is a big debate for Quebecois to seceed from Canada and become the United States's 47th State. Parti 47 (revived from the former political party Parti 51) has become a major political party in Quebec and its causing widespread influences throughout Quebec. Parti 47 has mayors in 17 of the 20 biggest cities including Montreal, and Quebec City. If Quebec becomes the 47th State, they will have to make English their official language with French as a secondary regional language.
State of Columbia
People in Washington D.C. are considering making the District of Columbia to become the 47th state. In a Washington D.C. Gallup poll, 54% of people want statehood, 43% Do not want it, and 3% are not sure. The movement continues to be strong but so far, it is still the District of Columbia.
There is a political party called the Guam Statehood Party which has gained some ground in the Guam Legislature. Approx. 31% of the House of Representatives belong to the GSP while only 6% of the senate belong to the party. If Guam becomes a state, Guam will be the westernmost state of the United States.