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The United States, also known as the United States of America, is a federal constitutional republic comprised of fifty states and a federal district, Washington D.C. The country is situated mostly in central North America, lie between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, bordered by Canada to the north and Mexico to the south. The nation is comprised of 9.82 million square kilometers and is the world's 3rd largest country by both land area and population.

The U.S. economy is the world's largest national economy with an estimated 2013 G.D.P. (Gross Domestic Product) of $15.93 trillion. The U.S. boasts one of the world's most sophisticated infrastructures encompassing highways, roads, bridges, and airports. As well as being the economic powerhouse of the world, the USA offers an unrivaled mix of cultures, religions and employment opportunities. 

America is known as the ''Melting Pot'' because of its extremely ethnically diverse citizenship and has been one of the top immigration destinations for hundreds of years.  People from every corner of the globe have immigrated to the U.S. in search of a better quality of life, greater financial success, improved education for their children, and more personal, political and religious freedom.
 
 
The terrain of this geographically gigantic nation is by far the most varied in the world boasting glacial plains and deserts, high mountains and sub sea level hot beds and everything else in between. 
 
 
HISTORY:
With the arrival of English Pilgrims on the Mayflower in 1620, America was established as a British colony until the United States declared its independence in 1776. In 1789, the U.S. Constitution became the basis for the U.S. federal government with war hero George Washington as its first president. Since those early times, the U.S. has grown and developed into the No.1 economy in the world.
 
The Industrial Revolution at the turn of the 20th century more than doubled   the U.S. population from 100 million residents to over 200 million. The second half of the 20th century produced over 100 million more Americans with a current population of more than 316 million people according to the 2013 U.S. census.
 
More so than at any period in the last 100 years, the United States in the first decade of the 21st century is a nation of immigrants. The liberalization of immigration policies in 1965 and subsequent legislation has brought millions of people to America from myriad parts of the world.
 
 
CULTURE:
Mass immigration upon the opening of the gates to Ellis Island resulted in the culture, religion and social structure of the country becoming diverse and differentiated. At first, the culture was heavily influenced by both the English and Dutch settlers who were the first inhabitants to this new land.  However, as time passed, the culture has been further influenced by the Irish, Germans,
Greeks, Italians, Spanish, and Asian peoples. The U.S. is one of the few true multi-cultural nations, the ''Melting Pot'' of the world.
 
Economically and academically, the U.S. has built up a strong position in a variety of areas including technology, science, cuisine, visual arts, literature, cinema, and sports among the strongest.  And you can bet, if a fashion, style or behavior is popular in the U.S., it soon will be imitated all over the world making America the ultimate trendsetter.
 
 
 
ECONOMY:
The U.S. economy is a service-driven economy, with many of the manufacturing processes contracted out to more cost-effective countries around the world. America currently occupies the No.1 position in the world in technology and innovation with companies including Apple, Microsoft, Boeing, and Amazon headquartered in the U.S. Wall Street, located in New York City, is home to myriad major financial institutions and has long been considered the epicenter of financial world. America also sets the pace for the rest of the world in terms of movies, music and entertainment much of which is generated out of Hollywood, California.
 
Though the past years have seen the American economy in crisis, there have been adequate steps taken in order to correct the market, mainly through government bailouts designed to stimulate the growth industries. For those able to gain entry to the U.S. on a permanent basis, the potential is enormous; America truly encourages the entrepreneurial spirit and offers a great variation of industries in which to invest or become employed.
 
 
 
CONCLUSION:
 
America is still most definitely the land of opportunity, and offers massive variation in cultures, business opportunities, employment, housing, and communities.  Many different nations of the world have a significant presence in the U.S. and you will find pockets of these ethnicities in and around almost every major city.
 
 
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