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Anglo America Anglo-America consists of two vast countries encompassing more than 14% of the land area of the world.

Anglo America
Anglo America

The two countries are Canada and U.S.A. Anglo-America is the title conferred to the combined physical, economical, social and cultural homogeneity of the two countries namely Canada and United States.





Mexico and Middle America are excluded because these have separate cultural and racial identity. These are climatically different as well. These two countries are basically and predominantly are of one cultural pattern. Some exceptions are definitely there. As we know this part of the world is known as New world, its history of civilization is not old one, though archeological evidences show that there was existence of man some twenty thousand years ago.





Land, water, minerals and numerous other environmental features have provided great advantages for the complex and interacting processes incorporated in their development.

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