Creating America: Student Edition 1877 to the 21st Century 2003 download epub
by MCDOUGAL LITTEL
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Inside name on inside cover otherwise clean little use showing. Series: Creating America: 1877 to the 21st Century.
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The United States is a very diverse country. At 450,385,000, the US is the 4th most populated country in the world. It has 50 states and is the 3rd largest country in the world. The US got its independence in 1983. It had a rough start but 200 years later, it became the most powerful country in the world by GDP and military might. In January 2001, Bill Clinton (D) left office and was succeeded by George W. Bush (R). On September 11 2001, the twin towers were brought down by Al Queda.
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