How accurate are these maps of american cultural groups?
Largely the cultural boarders seem accurate to me as a Europeen. Although "the midlands" just seems to be completely inaccurate and lazy.
Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin have developed their own unique culture, yet all these maps lump them in with the East Coast for some fucking reason.Seriously, it's like two different worlds.
Yankeedom needs to be split into New England and Northern Cities/New England, Upstate, and Midwest.
That Spanish caribbean thing in florida is horseshit
New Netherland has to have a little less of Jersey
I live in the Northwest so I might be wrong but I find it extremely hard to believe that "El Norte" extends that far north.
Did North America as it currently is nationally the most boring permutation of all the possibilities that could have been? I mean, there could have been a free Quebec, a free Texas, a free California
Americans don't see culture between states the way you Europeans might expect.
You will have a very hard time finding somebody who loves their state over their nation to a cultural degree.
The only exception might be the confederate types in Dixieland who would just draw their borders around their states anyway.
So really the balkanized America that you're trying to draw would just be the Confederate States with traditional borders and the United States comprised of every other state.
>Jamal, Cletus, and Colonel Sanders are part of the same nation
>Sven, Josef, and Jean Baptiste are not part of the same nation and it's absurd to suggest that a unity movement for their respective cultures should ever exist
The US needs to die
>developped our own culture
We wish. We are drunk, sport watching venture capitalists just like everybody else in this country. Cops like to ticket international cars here in michigan tho.
Eugh, get your cuck borders ideas out of our country hanz.
Hmm, maybe i am a yankee. But is hardly noteworthy. states have no rights, this countries governors are glorified suply line managers. No sense calling it the u.s. outside of it being its name.