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Fifty Nifty United States? Try Eleven.

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In the past 24 hours, I've seen countless links across all social media networks to this recent Washington Post article.

It summarizes the subject of a book by Tufts University alum Colin Woodard, who himself wrote an article in the university's alumni magazine.

This article brought numerous insights on the dynamics of American culture and how different regions interact with one another.

The United States is unique when compared to other countries. First of all, it's relatively new for a country so powerful. But most importantly, it was formed by the union of separate entities. Hell, look at the name of the country.

Fifty Nifty United States? Try Eleven.

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In the past 24 hours, I've seen countless links across all social media networks to this recent Washington Post article.

It summarizes the subject of a book by Tufts University alum Colin Woodard, who himself wrote an article in the university's alumni magazine.

This article brought numerous insights on the dynamics of American culture and how different regions interact with one another.

The United States is unique when compared to other countries. First of all, it's relatively new for a country so powerful. But most importantly, it was formed by the union of separate entities. Hell, look at the name of the country.

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