America------Powerful Country Rise Abruptly

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America------Powerful country Rise Abruptly

This is a mysterious country. During four hundred years time, it used to be a colony, and struggled for independence and unites. It becomes the most powerful country today. It is the USA.

The article will analyze how the US from a colony to the most developed country in location, history, system, economy, education and attitudes six aspects.

America has ascendancy location. It has The Atlantic Ocean on the east and Pacific Ocean on the west. So America could avoid the First and Second World War. The Hawaii is in the central Pacific. So America could control the whole area of Pacific.

The history of US was from the year 1607.The first European colony arrived. The British establish the thirteen colonies along the Atlantic coast. From 1775 to1783, the war of independence gave birth to the US, and the British left.

From 1861 to 1865, the Civil War made the slavery system annulled. It was an epoch making event in American history. It eliminated the obstacles for the development of American capitalism, united the North and the South. After the two important wars, the industry of US developed fast.

The war between US and Spain in 1898 started the modern history of America. It was the indication that America went into the imperialism time. From the year 1898, America began to intrude on other countries.

During the First and Second World War, the businesspersons of the US gain much money by selling ammunitions. However, in the Second World War, the US made great efforts in the fight against the German, Italian and Japanese, to achieve the delicates for the victory of the war. After the Second World War, the US became the most developed country in the world until now.

The US has no feudalism system. The system of colonize and slavery were short. The political system of the US established based on three main principles------federalism, the separation of powers and respect for the constitution and the rule...
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