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One Nation? Try Eleven.

From: Burton Cohen
Length: 59:54

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Colin Woodard, author of the new book "American Nations, A History of the Eleven Riva Regional Cultures of North America" is interviewed. Much of America's current divides are explained.

41467_1016176555_1666947_n_small One nation, indivisible? No. Try eleven.
Gingrich kicked butt in South Carolina. Are you part of that nation?
It's not just blue vs red, North vs South. There's us here in Yankeedom, Then there's New Netherlands, The Midlands, Tidewater, Greater Appalachia, The Deep South, New France, The Far West, El Norte, The Left Coast, and First Nation. You know this is accurate. Colin Woodard, author of the acclaimed new book "American Nations," reveals a history of these rival regional nations and questions whether today's boundaries will look the same in a hundred years. One Nation? Never was. Enjoy this provocative and informative discussion. The guy has done his homework. Check it out.  It's our past, present, and future

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One nation, indivisible? No. Try eleven.
Gingrich kicked butt in South Carolina. Are you part of that nation?
It's not just blue vs red, North vs South. There's us here in Yankeedom, Then there's New Netherlands, The Midlands, Tidewater, Greater Appalachia, The Deep South, New France, The Far West, El Norte, The Left Coast, and First Nation. You know this is accurate. Colin Woodard, author of the acclaimed new book "American Nations," reveals a history of these rival regional nations and questions whether today's boundaries will look the same in a hundred years. One Nation? Never was. Enjoy this provocative and informative discussion. The guy has done his homework. Check it out.  It's our past, present, and future

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