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      United States Information
A federal constitutional republic is the United States of America. There are about fifty states and a federal district in the United States of America. The nation of US is situated in North America. The nation shares its boundaries in the north it has Canada, in the south it has Mexico, in the Northwest of the continent it has the state of Alaska. Many of the regions of the Caribbean and Pacific are included in the United States of America. The total area of the nation is 3.79 million square miles or 9.83 million km2. The nation of United States in the world is in third or fourth position area wise and population wise. The culture and ethnical of the country is varied. The United States has leading economy in the world. The nation was explored by thirteen British colonies located down the Atlantic coast.

      United States Recreation, Culture and Attractions
United States culture is measured the most distinctive in the world. The country is home to varied variety of ethnic groups, traditions, and values. United States culture held in shared by most Americans mainstream American culture is a Western culture mostly derived from the traditions of European immigrants with influences from many other sources, such as traditions got by slaves from Africa. However the American Dream, or the acuity that Americans are enjoy high social mobility, plays a key role in attracting immigrants, other established nations offer grander social mobility. Though the normal culture of the United States holds it as a classless society, scholars recognize important differences between the country's social classes, affecting socialization, language, and values. New York City is given the world's first profitable motion picture exhibition in 1894, using Thomas Edison's Kinetoscope. Naturally the Traditional Americans are food uses local ingredients, such as turkey, venison, potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, squash, and maple syrup, which were spent by Native Americans and early European settlers. United State's national sport is baseball in 19th century even after being hidden in fame by American football. The country's other popular sports are basketball and ice hockey. Boxing and horse racing were once the most watched specific sports, but they have been hidden by golf and auto racing, mainly NASCAR. The popular outdoor sport is Tennis. The country has gained 2301 medals at Summer Olympic Games and gained the 253 medals in Winter Olympic Games. Nowadays, there happens an extensive choice of tourist attractions in the United States such as national parks, festivals, gambling, golf courses, historical buildings and landmarks, hotels, museums, galleries, outdoor recreation, spas, restaurants, sports and events.

      United States Demographics
United States Total Population - 312,061,000
United States Male Population - 151,205,402
United States Female Population - 156,006,721
United StatesWhite Population - 225,932,164
United States Black or African American Population - 39,319,686
United States Asian Population - 14,978,928
United States Two or more races Population - 9,049,769
United States American Indian Population - 2,808,549
United States Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Population - 624,122
United States Others Population - 19,347,782

      United States Education
As a result of the United States subdivision of Education it is synchronized all the way through limitations on centralized grants during the state and restricted government's American civic edification is operated. Within most of the states children are essential to be present at the school starting from the age of six or seven (in general, nursery school or primary grade) until they turn eighteen. At sixteen or seventeen students are permitted to depart school in various states. According to worldwide outstanding rankings the United States has numerous competitive confidential and unrestricted institutions of privileged culture. American colleges and universities are ranked 13 or 15 amongst the top 20 in the world. Generally more open admission policies local community colleges, shorter academic programs, and lower tuition are also there. The twenty-five and adult Degrees are 84.6% graduated from high school, 52.6% attended some college, 27.2% earned a bachelor's degree, and 9.6% earned graduate, of the Americans. By assigning the United Nations education directory of 0.97, the fundamental literacy time is roughly 99% and in the world tying it as 12th place.

United States Symbols

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United States Motto
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      United States History
The local Americans were the primary people to capture the nation of United States. The past is initiated from mainly after the country gained its liberty in the year 1776. The independence was the outcome of the battle of the British regime's intimidation to American self-government. The European migrants and Christopher Columbus were the early settlers in the nation. The English occupation in the country was initiated from 1607. The foundation of constitution made George Washington as the first president in 1789. In that period there was European influence. Later in 1812 to achieve complete freedom a war was started. The growth of United States commenced from that era. In 1861 eleven slave states turned to independent states to establish the ally States of America. The American Civil War from 1861 to 1865 ruined the nation and restructured the country and is still the central iconic event. The national regime was much stronger, and then had the precise obligation to guard the folks. The development in north and west was quick. In industrial power the United States was considered as the primary by 1900. In 1917 the United States was in conflict with Germany and accounted the Allied victory. In December 1941 the Japanese hit on Pearl Harbor made the U.S. entry in World War II. The Cold War between the Soviet Union and the U.S was in a roundabout way. The means for war were an arms race, the Space Race, and intervention in Europe and eastern Asia. In the year 1991 the cold war with the Soviet Union came to conclusion. The information era in U.S. was advanced by the information technology. Worldwide divergence and fiscal vagueness reached its peak with the September 11 attacks and succeeding combat on Terror and the late-2000s downturn.

      United States Tourism
In the United States Tourism is a huge industry that serves millions of worldwide domestic tourists. In the United States the tourists visit to witness natural and wonders, cities, significant landmarks, amusement venues, comparable attractions, as well as amusement and retreat areas are seemed by Americans. During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries sightseeing grew quickly in the figure of urban tourism in the United States. Tourism in the United States was well recognized by the 1850s equally as an educational activity and as an industry. By the 1890s a huge number of tourists are fascinated in every foremost US cities like New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco. During the early twentieth century democratization of journey occurred at the same time as the automobile revolutionized the voyage. More than 56 million citizens who worn-out $122.7 billion dollars by the number of global tourists by 2007 setting as an all time evidence. The profitable casualties were between the foremost voyage and sightseeing production in the United States as of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Four commercial airliners as weapons of demolition were worn by Terrorists with 3,000 victims all of which were shattered in the attack. Renowned by the United States administration there are 2,462 registered nationwide significant Landmarks (NHL) as of 2007. The majority visited tourist magnetism in the US is Times Square in Manhattan, New York City which attracts roughly 35 million visitors every year as of 2008.

      United States Transportation
The transport system of the United States comprises of road, rail, air, and water ways. Majorly road system is used by the people of United States. Cars are largely used here. The road system in the nation covers an area of 46,837 miles or 75,376 km. United States has the biggest highway system of the world. The intercity buses are very popular. Majority of the buses are run by the Greyhound lines bus company. Travelling by the intercity is one of the cheapest ways to travel in United States. The air ways in the country of United States is most superior in the world. There are nearly 5,000 paved runways. The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is considered to be world's busiest airport of the world. Freight train shipments have its pressure on the railway system of United States. Amtrak is the single intercity passenger on the country's railroad.

      United States Taxes
United States Income Tax Rate - 35%
United States Corporate Tax Rate - 35%

      United States Universities/Colleges/Students
State University of New York, 64 Campuses, New York State - Students 467,845
University of Phoenix, Online / Multiple Campuses - Students 455,600
California State University, 23 Campuses, California - Students 450,000
Community College of the Air Force, Multiple Campuses - Students 332,095
City University of New York, New York - Students 261,602
Maricopa County Community College District, Multiple Campuses, Phoenix Metropolitan Area, Arizona - Students 260,000
Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, Multiple Campuses, Indiana - Students 165,000
Miami Dade College, Multiple Campuses, Miami, Florida - Students 161,668
City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, California - Students 100,544
The Pennsylvania State University, Multiple Campuses, Pennsylvania - Students 94,301
Florida State College at Jacksonville, Multiple Campuses, Jacksonville, Florida - Students 81,370
Arizona State University, Phoenix Metropolitan Area, Arizona - Students 70,440
Houston Community College System, Multiple Campuses, Houston, Texas - Students 68,011
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, Minnesota - Students 65,622
University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, USA - Students 64,511
Northern Virginia Community College, Multiple Campuses, Virginia - Students 63,000
North Harris Montgomery Community College District, Harris County, Texas - Students 62,705
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio - Students 60,466
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida - Students 59,050
Austin Community College, Multiple Campuses, Austin, Texas - Students 57,227
University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida - Students 55,358
Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, California - Students 55,227

      United States Religions
United States Protestant Population is 51.3%
United States Roman Catholic Population is 23.9%
United States Mormon Population is 1.7%
United States Other Christian Population is 1.6%
United States Jewish Population is 1.7%
United States Buddhist Population is 0.7%
United States Muslim Population is 0.6%
United States Other or unspecified Population is 2.5%
United States Unaffiliated Population is 12.1%
United States None Population is 4%

      United States Population as of 2010
California, United States, Population - 36,457,549
Texas, United States, Population - 23,507,783
New York, United States, Population - 19,306,183
Florida, United States, Population - 18,089,888
Pennsylvania, United States, Population - 12,831,970
Illinois, United States, Population - 12,440,621
Ohio, United States, Population - 11,478,006
Georgia, United States, Population - 10,095,643
North Carolina, United States, Population - 9,363,941
Virginia, United States, Population - 8,856,505
Michigan, United States, Population - 8,724,560
New Jersey, United States, Population - 7,642,884
Washington, United States, Population - 6,437,193
Massachusetts, United States, Population - 6,395,798
Arizona, United States, Population - 6,313,520
Maryland, United States, Population - 6,166,318
Tennessee, United States, Population - 6,038,803
Indiana, United States, Population - 5,710,678
Wisconsin, United States, Population - 5,580,000
Colorado, United States, Population - 5,556,506
Missouri, United States, Population - 5,167,101
Minnesota, United States, Population - 5,053,377
South Carolina, United States, Population - 4,599,030
Kentucky, United States, Population - 4,321,249
Alabama, United States, Population - 4,287,768
Connecticut, United States, Population - 4,206,074
Nevada, United States, Population - 3,700,758
Oregon, United States, Population - 3,579,212
Louisiana, United States, Population - 3,504,809
Iowa, United States, Population - 2,982,085
Oklahoma, United States, Population - 2,910,540
Mississippi, United States, Population - 2,810,872
Kansas, United States, Population - 2,764,075
Arkansas, United States, Population - 2,550,063
Utah, United States, Population - 2,495,529
New Mexico, United States, Population - 1,954,599
Maine, United States, Population - 1,818,470
New Hampshire, United States, Population - 1,768,331
West Virginia, United States, Population - 1,466,465
Nebraska, United States, Population - 1,321,574
Hawaii, United States, Population - 1,314,895
Idaho, United States, Population - 1,285,498
South Dakota, United States, Population - 1,067,610
Rhode Island, United States, Population - 944,632
Montana, United States, Population - 853,470
Alaska, United States, Population - 781,919
North Dakota, United States, Population - 640,567
Delaware, United States, Population - 635,867
Vermont, United States, Population - 623,908
Wyoming, United States, Population - 515,004

      United States Government
The earliest existing federation in the world is of the United States. The nation has a republic constitution and is democratic representative. The regime is synchronized by a method of verifications and stability portrayed by the U.S. Constitution. It represents as the country's supreme official document. The regime of the American federalist system is incorporated with three levels. They are federal, state, and local. The county and municipal governments are counted within the local regime. The executive and legislative are counted within the federal regime. The Legislative body comprises of the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Executive body comprises of the President. The Judicial body comprises of the Supreme Court and lower federal courts. The elections for the House of Representatives which include 435 members are held for a period of two years. House seats are elected after each 10th year. There are 100 members in Senate. The period of the President is four years. The Supreme Court has nine members and they are chosen for a span of their existence. There is exceptionally unicameral legislature in Nebraska. The Constitution of the nation of United States was amended twenty-seven times.

      United States Parks
The Country of United States has 58 confined regions in it. They are called as the National Parks. National Park Service supervises the parks of the nation. Yellowstone National Park is the initial National Park of the nation. It was initiated in 1872. The act for parks is "to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and wildlife therein, and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations." Seven of the National Parks are counted with national preserve. Canyonlands National Park in Utah, Capitol Reef National Park in Utah, Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico, Channel Islands National Park in California, Congaree National Park in South Carolina, Crater Lake National Park in Oregon, Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio, Death Valley National Park in California in Nevada, Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska, Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida, Everglades National Park in Florida, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve in Alaska, Glacier National Park in Montana, Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in Alaska, Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, Great Basin National Park in Nevada, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in Colorado, Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina in Tennessee, Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Texas, Haleakala National Park in Hawaii, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in Hawaii, Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, Isle Royale National Park in Michigan, Joshua Tree National Park in California, Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska, Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska, Kings Canyon National Park in California, Kobuk Valley National Park in Alaska, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve in Alaska, Lassen Volcanic National Park in California, Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky, Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado, Mount Rainier National Park in Washington, North Cascades National Park in Washington, Olympic National Park in Washington, Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona, Redwood National and State Parks in California, Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, Saguaro National Park in Arizona, Sequoia National Park in California, Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota, Virgin Islands National Park in U.S. Virgin Islands, Voyageurs National Park in Minnesota, Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve in Alaska, Yellowstone National Park in Idaho in Montana in Wyoming, Yosemite National Park in California, Zion National Park in Utah are national parks and preserves of the United States nation.

      United States Geography
The country of United States is situated in the Western Hemisphere. There are forty-eight adjoining states in North America incorporated with Alaska, a peninsula and Hawaii, an archipelago. The nation of United States is also included with some regions of the Pacific and Caribbean. Physically the nation of United States comprises of the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands of the United States. Canada and Mexico has land boundaries with the nation of United States. The Bahamas Russia and Cuba have maritime or water boundaries with the nation of United States. The United States excluding Alaska and Hawaii covers an area of nearly 1,900 million acres or 7,700,000 km2. The total area of Alaska is 365 million acres or 1,480,000 km2. The total area of Hawaii is 4 million acres or 16,000 km2. The country of United States area wise is Third or fourth biggest in the world. Due to the great dimension and geographic range of the United States it has several climate kinds. They are humid continental in the north, humid subtropical in the south, tropical in south corner of Florida and Hawaii, semi-arid in the Great Plains west of the 100th meridian, alpine in the Western mountains, Great Basin is arid and southwest is deserted.

      United States Economy
A commercial assorted financial organization has the United States, and its natural resources which are fueled in abundant. The U.S. GDP of $15 trillion constitutes 23% of the disgusting world manufactured commodities according to the worldwide Monetary Fund. Its national wide GDP is regarding 5% lesser to the GDP of the European Union at PPP in 2008, while superior than several other nations. In nominal GDP per capita the country positions ninth in the world and sixth in GDP per capita at PPP. The world's primary reserve currency is the U.S. dollar. The largest importer of commodities and third largest exporter is the United States while exports for each capita are moderately low. For the U.S. public liability, one of the major foreign possessors is China, and in the World the United States positions first. In U.S. the most important industrialized field is the Chemical products. The third major producer of lubricate in the world is the United States at the same time as its major importer. The world's number one manufacturer of electrical and nuclear power is the United States, as well as liquid natural gas, sulfur, phosphates, and salt. The top producer of corn and soybeans in the World is the United States, at the same time agriculture present financial records for just less than 1% of GDP. In the World the two most renowned brands in the United States are Coca- Cola and McDonald's. The American employment force comprised 154.1 million citizens, in August 2010 with 21.2 million citizens by leading field of the government's employment. The labor and, particularly expenditure tax charge are subordinate at the same time as possessions and commercial profits tax charge are usually superior in United States. User United States Comments

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