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The State of USA Economy

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From Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management.

Via Seth Dixon
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This article is on the economy of North America. It includes a map of the economic activity in the United States

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Tony Aguilar's curator insight, December 1, 2013 3:59 AM

This is an interesting map that uses color to show us economic differences nationwide. The red stands for bad and the green is fo r better economic regions. Southern parts of Texas appear to be above average and also georgia and the Carolinas. It is interesting that MA was red in terms of below national average. I was also impressed that Minesota was Green on the Above average this map is a quick fact lens into national conditions giving us a glimpse of the current state in our country.

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Chile Economy: Population, GDP, Inflation, Business, Trade, FDI, Corruption

Chile Economy: Population, GDP, Inflation, Business, Trade, FDI, Corruption | Drew and James North and South America | Scoop.it
Learn more about the Chile economy, including the population of Chile, GDP, facts, trade, business, inflation and other data and analysis on its economy from the Index of Economic Freedom published by The Heritage Foundation.
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This is our economic of South America specifically Chile. The chile government spending limit is 83.8. Their freedom is 78.7 which puts it in 7th in the world. It's GDP is $320.5 billion. 

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mfah collections of arts

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This is our arts of South America. This website shows a list of arts from South America. They list 40 arts, some drawings and some are sculptures. One of them is a room decorated to depict a scene. 

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Pope Francis: the priest of the slums - Telegraph

Pope Francis: the priest of the slums - Telegraph | Drew and James North and South America | Scoop.it
Peter Stanford, author and former editor of the Catholic Herald, retraces the trip Pope Francis used to take to the outskirts of Buenos Aires to try to understand the man who was known as 'the priest of the slums'
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This is our religion of Persia. this is the 1st Jesuit pope. He flew in to the outskirts of Buenos Aires to follow Pope Francis. Amazing he became a pope after losing a lung to lung cancer!

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The Politics of Europe: Europe Between the Superpowers | Foreign Affairs

For anyone who is a believer in the integration of Europe the present political conjuncture must appear somewhat paradoxical. On the one hand, there is a discernible thaw in relations within the Community itself.
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Social Issues in Canada » J.J.'s Complete Guide to Canada

Social Issues in Canada » J.J.'s Complete Guide to Canada | Drew and James North and South America | Scoop.it
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these are the social issues canada is facing

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‘No Religion’ on the Rise: 19.6% Have No Religious Affiliation - Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life

‘No Religion’ on the Rise: 19.6% Have No Religious Affiliation - Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life | Drew and James North and South America | Scoop.it
The number of Americans claiming ‘no religion’ continues to grow at a rapid pace. Click to read more.
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This article is on religion in North America. It talks about how the number of religous people is declining in the USA.

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Supreme Court Again Weighs Spending Limits in Campaigns

Supreme Court Again Weighs Spending Limits in Campaigns | Drew and James North and South America | Scoop.it
The justices’ questions suggest some favor striking down overall limits for individual contributions to federal candidates and political party committees.

Via Chris O'Donnell
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This article is about the politics in North America, mainly the USA. It is talking about spending limits on campaigns. 

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James Robinson's curator insight, October 16, 2013 9:53 AM

credit to harry tyson :)

Sam Burich's curator insight, February 13, 2014 12:38 PM

This article has a lot to do with our class because it is about regulations in our current political system.

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South America - Facts from the Encyclopedia - Yahoo! Education

South America - fourth largest continent (1991 est. pop. 299,150,000), c.6,880,000 sq mi (17,819,000 sq km), the southern of the two continents of the Western Hemisphere. It is divided politically...
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This is our political for South America. It gives facts such as that it is the 4th largest continent. It states that most people live within 200 miles of the coast. Lastly is says that the continent is divided in three sections, the cordillera, the interior lowlands, and the continental shield. 

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Understand The Colombia Drug War History Timeline and Internal Conflict

Understand The Colombia Drug War History Timeline and Internal Conflict | Drew and James North and South America | Scoop.it
Learn in an easy timeline the key historic origins and events that led the armed conflict in Colombia to turn into a drug war of more than 50 years of bloodshed
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Social issues in South America. this article is about drug problems in Colombia. Colombia has been in a 60 year drug war within itself. It has been divided into about 9 different wars. 

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Mysterious underground caves discovered in Chile - Telegraph

Mysterious underground caves discovered in Chile - Telegraph | Drew and James North and South America | Scoop.it
A group of researchers in Chile discover 20 underground caves which could help unlock mysteries about how continents are formed
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This is what we used to represent Area and geography of South America. 2 scientists, one from chile and one French man, found 20 limestone caves in chile. It was in an underground cave under Patagonia. The caves weren't deep with the deepest being only 65 feet. 

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About Intellectual Property - Canadian Intellectual Property Office

Information about Intellectual Property
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about the intellectual property in Canada

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Canada Environment - current issues - Geography

Canada Environment - current issues - Geography | Drew and James North and South America | Scoop.it
Facts and statistics about the Environment - current issues of Canada. Updated as of 2013.
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this is a list of problems that affect Canada's geography

 

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The State of USA Economy

The State of USA Economy | Drew and James North and South America | Scoop.it
From Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management.

Via Seth Dixon
James and Drew's insight:

This article is on the economy of North America. It includes a map of the economic activity in the United States

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Tony Aguilar's curator insight, December 1, 2013 3:59 AM

This is an interesting map that uses color to show us economic differences nationwide. The red stands for bad and the green is fo r better economic regions. Southern parts of Texas appear to be above average and also georgia and the Carolinas. It is interesting that MA was red in terms of below national average. I was also impressed that Minesota was Green on the Above average this map is a quick fact lens into national conditions giving us a glimpse of the current state in our country.