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United States of America

Barack Hussein Obama (Barack Hussein Obama), born August 4, 1961 , the US Democratic politician , the 44th US president , as America's first African-American president . In 1991, Obama graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard Law School. February 10, 2007 , declared for the 2008 US presidential election. November 4, 2008 officially elected as US president.

The aboriginal should be called American Indians,they speak Indian in the past.The vast majority of the American people believe in Christianity.A long time ago , back and those who traveled to the American continent away from home , in order to get rid of many of the country 's religious one . They are hopeful to get freedom in a new land . This initial desire gradually formed a religious preference. Each person who has suffered repression tried to show that he is a free man , is a sovereign people . So they advocated freedom to choose religion, church and worship choice , rather than as in the past , as the only authority from . Therefore, the founders of the United States from the outset, the provisions in the law of religious freedom .Hip hop music originated in 1970s block parties in New York City, specifically The Bronx. Hip hop culture, including MCing, DJing, graffiti and b-boying.

United States of America

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All roads lead to Rome. 条条大路通罗马。The national flag of the United States of America, often referred to as the American flag, consists of thirteen equal horizontal stripes of red (top and bottom) alternating with white, with a blue rectangle in the canton (referred to specifically as the "union") bearing fifty small, white, five-pointed stars arranged in nine offset horizontal rows of six stars (top and bottom) alternating with rows of five stars. The 50 stars on the flag represent the 50 states of the United States of America and the 13 stripes represent the thirteen British colonies that declared independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain and became the first states in the Union.[

Robert Forst likes to use easy to understand spoken language , tone of gentle , calm , using the familiar rhythm. His poems are generally complied with the rhythm of traditional forms, such as rhyming body double , three rows of bodies , four lines of the body , the body Sonnets were written very well.His poetry biggest feature is adept at the front of the seemingly mundane things , to express a profound philosophy .Robert Norman Ross was best known as the creator and host of The Joy of Painting.American treat their children very nice, the children under 16 don't allow to go to work.children must go to school every day. Childrenwill have a lot of chance to do the things they want to do.

American War of Independence , (1775-1783 ) , also known as the American Revolutionary War , the British Empire and its North American colonies revolutionaries thirteen states , as well as several European war between the powers . The war was started in order to fight against the main British economic policy , but later as France, Spain and the Netherlands to join the war against England , leaving the scope of the war, far more than the outside of British North America . Meanwhile, many Indians fought for both sides .Because the British colonial exploitation of a serious impediment to the development of capitalism , in order to fight against the British economic policy , resulting in a struggle of the people of North America . Began in April 1775 in Lexington gunfire , July 4, 1776 the Continental Congress adopted penned by Thomas Jefferson drafted the " Declaration of Independence " , proclaimed the birth of the United States.Native Americans took the task of making clothing more seriously than European settlers. They used primarily animal hides, which they had to hunt, skin and work the hide to the proper softness before it could be made into a shirt, pants, or warm winter coat.In Native cultures where a girl or woman might wear the same dress for years, dresses were designed and decorated not only to be aesthetically pleasing but also to give specific information about the wearer.Certain symbols on a dress referred to the woman's tribe, her marital status, and, for example, the prowess of her husband or father as a hunter or trader. Since elk have at most two eyeteeth, a dress adorned with dozens or even hundreds of elk eyeteeth signaled that the men in the family were skilled hunters. Native American clothing of Kiowa women 1890.Identity by Design: Tradition, Change and Celebration in Native Women's Dresses, an exhibition of fifty-five dresses recently shown (September 26, 2008 -- September 13, 2009) at the George Gustav Heye Center of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in New York City, is an excellent introduction to the beauty, complexityand artistry of Native dresses from the early 1800s to today. The exhibition comes mostly from the museum's collection, although there are also dazzling contemporary dresses made by six living Native women who are keeping traditional sewing and beadwork alive through their work with Native cultural organizations. The historic dresses come from the Plains, Plateau and Great Basin regions of the United States andCanada, which are regions west of the Mississippi.The Collapsing DollarThe dollar today is worth four cents compared to what the Federal Reserve started with in 1913. To put it another way, what you could have bought with $1 in 1913 would cost you $22.41 today. This path is absolutely unsustainable. Economists like Paul Krugman tells us that inflation is a good thing. However, as Hans-Hermann Hoppe asked: "Explain to me how the increase in paper pieces can make a society richer. If that were the case, explain to me: why is there still poverty in the world? Isn't every central bank capable of printing as much paper as they want? ... Please explain to me how a piece of paper can make society richer."

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