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“Creating one pan-American confederation would allow the U.S. and Mexico to play more competitive games on a regular basis.”
“It took him many years and continents, but in 1935 this idea was realized in the Roerich pact, a treaty among pan-American countries that used a flag Banner of Peace to mark the protected historic monuments, especially during war times.”
“A pan-American tragedy, rather — people who were attracted to low-skill jobs in the bubble economy are the first to be cast off when the contraction begins.”
“With the completion of the pan-American highway connecting Oaxaca with Mexico City in the late 1940s, the market opened up.”
“AMANPOUR: President Obama travels to Mexico tomorrow on his way to a pan-American summit in the Caribbean.”
“The globalising impulse can be seen as ever-widening circles trending towards greater homogeneity, from locality, to nation states to regional identities like pan European, pan-Asian, Pan-Arab and pan-American, the long-term logical corollary of which is a unified market, a unified culture, a unified language, a unified liberal-democratic state, or what V S Naipaul famously termed a universal civilisation.”
“The oil sands hold the promise that both North and South America can rely on Alberta and its energy resources for decades to come, as trade within the Americas grows and Canadians become more fully integrated into pan-American economic and cultural streams.”
“As the first one describes, he was shilling for a pan-American group at the same time as he was running for president of the U.S..”
“We have the world's fair, we have the pan-American games.”
“Everyone likes to talk about how diverse L.A. is and how it is becoming a brown town, the different ethnicities melding into a pan-American breed, but African Americans have been left out of this supposed fabulous melting pot.”
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