Comparison Report over the European Union and United States

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Comparison Report Over the European Union and United States
Melissa Morrison
GEO/155
October 23, 2012
Fenton Rood

Comparison Report Over the European Union and United States
According to Native Americans In The United States (Oct. 2008), “Since the end of the 15th century, the migration of Europeans to the Americas, and their importation of African’s as slaves, has led to centuries of conflict and adjustment between societies ” (para. 2). The European Union was designed for a purpose of ending the injured from fights amongst neighbors, which occurred in the Second World War. The European Coal and Steel Community began to come together as of 1950. European countries worked hard towards economic and political order to protect peace and happiness. The History Of The European Union (n.d) website states the EU’s founding fathers were citizens that boasted themselves on similar appeals for a peaceful, united and prosperous Europe. Others have worked tirelessly towards The European Project as well. In the 1960’s the youth culture broadened the generation gaps and created a cultural revoultion. It was a good time in the economy; joint control over food production, and there is even surplus agricultural produce to ensure every person has enough to eat.

The first European Americans to encounter the western interior tribes were generally fur traders and trappers but were also Jesuit missionaries active in the Northern Tier (Native Americans In The United States, Oct. 2008). These European Americans were governed by seven institutions. The Institutions Of The European Union (Oct. 2008) website reports,”The nature of the European Parliament is better compared with the United States House of Representatives than with the national parliaments of the European Union” (Comparisons). According to "European Values And Identity" (May 2006), " The point of departure of most discussions on European identity is the idea that a political community needs a common set of...
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