The main difference being that Canada is a country and city state are just cities that, more or less, act independent from their native country.
The period between 1921 and 1941, the only Soviet involvement in wars were its "invasion" of Eastern Poland ( as agreed by Stalin & Hitler ), Stalins defensive and offensive struggle against Germany, and Stalin's brief war with Finland. America was unhappy with the Nazi-Communist invasion of Poland and the Soviet war with Finland but had no real response.
Later of course the Soviets and the US, Great Britain and French freedom fighters had to fight with Stalin against Germany.
The next "communist war" was a communist revolution in China in 1949-1950. This disturbed US policymakers and the US public greatly. The US response was one of containment and support of the "other China" on Formosa, now Taiwan.
The war sparked by North Korea against South Korea was met by UN forces against the communist attempt to take over South Korea. The US bore the brunt of lost troops as China unofficially aided communist North Korea. A truce reset the old boundary there, and America's policy of containment continued right into the battle with communist North Vietnam. There containment failed. However, from that point on "communist" inspired wars, with the exception of the communist led Cuban revolution, had little effect in terms of troop movements. To clarify Cuba's revolution, Castro did not declare himself a communist until his revolution was complete.
In summary, the US response to communist led "wars" was to fight in Vietnam and Korea, and become extremely alert about Cuba. The policy of containment basically ended when the USSR collapsed and China made no real efforts to expand.
The Preamble is the name of the Introduction to the Constitution.
This is how it goes:
"We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."
AnswerCanadian people mostly eat foods from other places around the world. They mostly eat British foods for their health in Canada.
Admitted as one of the original Thirteen Colonies in 1787. Explored by Europeans in the early 1600s, the region was settled by Swedes in 1634 and granted by royal charter to William Penn in 1681. The Mason-Dixon Line (surveyed in 1763-1767) established the southern boundary of the colony and was extended westward in 1784. Pennsylvania played a crucial role in the American Revolution and in the formation of the new republic. Harrisburg is the capital, and Philadelphia is the largest city. Population: 12,400,000. Taken from Dictionary.com that was long WARNING LONG DO NOT WRITE
A Quaker named William Penn came to America to have his own religion. he got the land because the king had owed Williams dead father money, so instead he gave him land in America. William thought that Pennsylvania was so filled with woods, that it should be called woods (sylvania in Latin) but the king added Penn at the beginning, because it was penns land (it now meant Penn's woods) William would have rather it just been sylvania, but the king insisted!!!!