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South America: Physical Geography

South America: Physical Geography | North America + South America | Scoop.it
Encyclopedic entry. South America is a continent of extremes. It is home to the world's largest river (the Amazon) as well as the world's driest place (the Atacama Desert).
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South America is the fourth largest continent in the world.  South America has many natural resources, which caused a lot of people to immigrate here.  Their species are very diverse too.  The Amazon Rainforest contains the most species than anywhere else in the world.

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South American Art

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Get the information on Art And Culture. Here you can get all the information in detail. Mapsofworld is providing the complete information of South America.
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South America's visual art is largely affected by Portuguese paintings.  South American art can be traces back to the Incas.  Ancient paintings consisted of paintings on rocks and other geographical sites.  Modern art mostly in Brazil comprised new aesthetics and practices.

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South American Economy

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South American economy is a rapidly developing economy. With many industries and a flourishing trade and import-export market, it is fast becoming a economy with considerable size.
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South America's economy is rapidly growing thanks to their flourishing trade and importing-exporting market.  The countries with the biggest economies in South America are Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, and Chile.

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North America

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Printable map of North America and information on the planet’s 3rd largest continent that includes (23) countries and dozens of possessions and territories - by worldatlas.com
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This article discusses the history amd geography of North America; past and present

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Lifestyle in North America: Get Information on Lifestyle in North America

Bizy Moms provides information on Lifestyle in North America. The North American society offers a high standard of living and a good lifestyle for all its members.
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North america is mostly a land of equal opportuformally all. It has the most liberal and democratic societies, keeping the rights of the citizens in check.  Also, we have one of the best education systems in the world.

( Social+Intellectual/Arts)

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Food and farming

Food and farming | North America + South America | Scoop.it
The best cure for high prices is high prices. Bad harvests at the start of the decade made food more expensive, but also prompted farmers to plant more. That will...
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Demand for wheat is rising, causing wheat supplies to increase.  As a result, the price of wheat will decrease.

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South America :: Agriculture

South America :: Agriculture | North America + South America | Scoop.it
Fourth largest of the world’s continents. It is the southern portion of the landmass generally referred to as the New World, the Western Hemisphere, or simply the Americas. The continent is compact and...
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Agriculture constitutes a large sector of South America's economy in both tropical and temperate regions.  Livestock production also occupies a large area of South America.  Only one-eighth of South America can be used as permanent farmland.  The export sector is huge in agriculture.

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Latin America and Socialism of the 21st Century | venezuelanalysis.com

Latin America and Socialism of the 21st Century | venezuelanalysis.com | North America + South America | Scoop.it
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The most advanced political struggles today are going on in Cuba and Venezuela.  Their forces representing the working class have conquered state power and more. There's a class struggle overall in all of South America.

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South American Politics

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South American Politics in today's world enjoys a certain democratic political rule but it is gained by the continued struggle against the decades of dictatorship and the country has passed through a lot of political crisis.
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South America's politics have grown a lot, but are still not in proper shape. It has experienced economical and social deprivation. The export facilities have saved it from total destruction. They're trying their best to fix the problems.
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Religion and Culture in North America, 1600–1700 | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Religion and Culture in North America, 1600–1700 | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art | North America + South America | Scoop.it
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This talks mostly about the history of religons and how they got here in North America. Right now, I'd say the main Religon in North America is Christianity.

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Obama's divide and conquer Marxist philosophy has frustrated 78% of Americans.

Obama's divide and conquer Marxist philosophy has frustrated 78% of Americans. | North America + South America | Scoop.it
Sahit Muja: Obama's divide and conquer Marxist philosophy has frustrated 78% of Americans.  The hallmarks of President Obama's 2012 election campaign are negative ads, divide and class warfare
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Most Americans are getting tired of the political battles, mostly caused by "Obama's divide and conquer Marxist philosophy" During the election, there was a lot of negative ads, which upsethe the political process.

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