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Us History Test 6th

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U.S. Population 316 million
World Population 7.2 billion
China Population 1.4 billion
India Population 1.3 billion
Illegal Immigrants 11 million
Composition 79% white (15% hispanic) 13% african american 4% asian 4% other
Alabama population 4.8 million
Unemployed in Alabama 144,000
Largest Cities 1. New York 2. Los Angeles 3. Chicago
Four Largest States 1. California 2. Texas 3. New York 4. Florida
Democrats Larger government Higher Taxes More entitlements Favor workers Smaller military
Republicans Smaller government Lower taxes Less entitlements Favor business Strong military
U.S. Debt 17 trillion
Two Wars Iraq is officially over. Still fighting in Afghanistan, 6,700 killed in both wars
Entitlement A guarantee of a government program providing a benefit to citizens. Examples: Social Security, Medicare, Food Stamps, Unemployment benefits
Capitalism The right to own private business and to keep the money you make minus taxes.
Created by: camruns