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North American Union is home to a single nation.
Today's World Census Report
The Most Pacifist in North American Union
Nations ranked highly pursue diplomatic solutions rather than military ones in the international arena, have small or nonexistent militaries, and peace-loving citizens.
As a region, North American Union is ranked 1,120th in the world for Most Pacifist.
|1.||The United Federal States of North American Commonwealth||New York Times Democracy||“In Varietate Unitas”|
- : The Intergalactic Federation of Kordesia of the region Republic Of Thanos proposed constructing embassies.
- : Free wisconsin ceased to exist.
- : Free wisconsin arrived from The East Pacific.
- : Embassy cancelled between Missouri republic and North American Union.
- : Dron leader of the region The Dron Empire proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Republic of Patriot Alliance Founder of the region Patriot Alliance proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Wonderful Christmastime of Autvia of the region The Union of Imperials proposed constructing embassies.
- : Eastern america ceased to exist.
- : America-canada ceased to exist.
- : The Transit Authority of Busmaster-General of the region Bus Stop proposed constructing embassies.
North American Union Regional Message Board
Can I please serve as the region delegate?
I agree, poor people deserve no welfare. It is their fault they are poor, not the government.
I would like to create a welcome telegram but i don't know how.
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Roger Nash Baldwin – founding member of the ACLU
Harry Belafonte – singer, civil rights and social activist
Edward Bellamy – utoptian socialist author
Victor L. Berger – Socialist Party of America congressman
Earl Browder – Communist Party leader
Cesar Chavez – United Farm Workers leader
Noam Chomsky – dissident academic
Angela Davis – Communist Party leader
Dorothy Day – founding member of the Catholic Worker Movement
Daniel De Leon – Marxist theoretician and newspaper editor
Eugene V. Debs – Socialist Party of America leader and presidential candidate
David Dellinger – Socialist Party of America leader and pacifist
W. E. B. Du Bois – civil rights activist
Albert Einstein – physicist
William Z. Foster – Communist Party leader
Emma Goldman – anarchist activist
Laurence Gronlund – utopian socialist author
Gus Hall – Communist Party leader and presidential candidate
Dashiell Hammett – author
Michael Harrington – democratic socialist activist
Tom Hayden – New Left activist
Bill Haywood – IWW labor activist
Abbie Hoffman – Yippie activist
Mary Harris "Mother" Jones – IWW labor activist
Irving Howe – democratic socialist activist
Tom Kahn – social democratic, civil rights and labor activist
Helen Keller – author and activist
Martin Luther King Jr. – democratic socialist and civil rights activist
Jack London – author
Meyer London – Socialist Party of America congressman
A. J. Muste – pacifist, labor and civil rights activist
Immanuel Ness – labor activist
A. Philip Randolph – civil rights and labor leader
John Reed – journalist
Paul Robeson – actor, civil rights and labor activist
Franklin D. Roosevelt – U.S. President who implemented New Deal social programs
Jerry Rubin – Yippie activist
Bayard Rustin – pacifist and civil rights activist
C. E. Ruthenberg – Communist Party leader
Bernie Sanders – Independent democratic socialist Senator and Democratic presidential candidate of 2016 election
Margaret Sanger – reproductive rights and labor activist
Max Shachtman – Marxist theorist and activist
Upton Sinclair – investigative author and socialist politician
Jill Stein - Green Party presidential candidate
I. F. Stone – journalist
Norman Thomas – Socialist Party of America leader and presidential candidate
Henry A. Wallace – Franklin Roosevelt's Vice President and Progressive Party presidential candidate
Richard D. Wolff – dissident academic
Cornel West – dissident academic
Howard Zinn – dissident academic