P - Political - Leaders, elites, state structure, war, diplomacy, laws/courts
The United States is a constitution-based federal republic that contains a strong democratic tradition.
The United States participated in the Cold War against the Soviet Union until the 1940s to 1991.
Common U.S.A law is based on the English common law , with the exception of Louisianna.
Political Leaders in the United States include the President and the vice-president.
Currnet Political in Canada includes Steven Harper.
The Canadian constitution consists of both written and unwritten acts.
The Constitution Act of April 17 1982 in Canada was responsible for the formal transformation of control over the constitution from Britain to Canada.
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom was added as a result of the transformation.
Canada contains a common law system throughout the country except for in Quebec.
The United States was apart of the alliances in World War II.
North America took part in World War I in 1917.
E - Economic - Types of systems, technology/industry, trade, money, types of businesses
The United States has the largest and most technologically powerful economy in the world.
U.S.A has a marketed-oriented economy.
The U.S.A emerges as one of the two major world superpowers.
Decisions are made by business firms and private individualsin the u.s.a.
In the U.S.A federal and state governments buy the needed goods and services that are in demand generally.
The U.s is the second largest industrial outporter in the world.
Currency in the United States consists of the American dollar.
Canada also consists of a market-oriented economy.
As a result of World War I, Canada has experienced a great increase in manufactoring; as well as mining and service sectors transforming the economy from a rural economy to a primarily industrial and urban economy.
Canada is The U.S.A's largest foreign supplier of energy
Economy greatly increased during the First World War.
The Great Depression in America was a result after the First World War ended as many soldiers began returning home, leading to great unemployment.