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Divided States

divided States

Divided States and Reunification

Divided Government in the United States

Implications for a Deeply Divided United States

Gridlock and Divided Government in the United States

Ties That Bind, Ties That Divide: 100 Years of Hungarian Experience in the United States

Internet diffusion and the geography of the digital divide in the United States

The Politics of Evangelical Identity: Local Churches and Partisan Divides in the United States and Canada

The Politics of Evangelical Identity: Local Churches and Partisan Divides in the United States and Canada

Divided Friends: Portraits of the Roman Catholic Modernist Crisis in the United States

Responses to Labor Market Divides in Small States Since The 1990s

Ilya V. Gaiduk. Divided Together: The United States and the Soviet Union in the United Nations, 1945–1965.

Continental Divide: The Canadian Banking and Currency Laws of 1871 in the Mirror of the United States

Freedom of Speech: The Great Divide and the Common Ground between the United States and the Rest of the World

The Politics of Evangelical Identity: Local Churches and Partisan Divides in the United States and Canada, by LYDIA BEAN

“Mediating The Divide” - Challenges To Hemispheric Trade Posed By The Common Law / Civil Law Divide - Conference organised by the Louisiana State University (LSU) Law Center - Baton Rouge (United States of America) - 25–28 April 2006.

Implementation of LaGrand and Avena in Germany and the United States: Exploring a Transatlantic Divide in Search of a Uniform Interpretation of Consular Rights

Bridging Race Divides: Black Nationalism, Feminism, and Integration in the United States, 1896–1935. By Kate Dossett. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2008. xvi, 268 pp. $59.95, ISBN 978-0-8130-3140-8.)

 

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‘It might seem that on one and the same territory there could exist only one full sovereign state; and that for there to be two or more full sovereign states ...

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