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1 Since the 1890s and beginning in France, libertarianism has often been used as a synonym for anarchism and its use as a synonym is still common outside the United States.
2 In France and the United States, members of major syndicalist movements such as the General Confederation of Labour and the Industrial Workers of the World left their organisations and joined the Communist International.
3 Free love had roots both in Europe and the United States.
4 Judith Suissa names three schools as explicitly anarchists schools, namely the Free Skool Santa Cruz in the United States which is part of a wider American-Canadian network of schools, the Self-Managed Learning College in Brighton, England and the Paideia School in Spain.
5 In the developed countries, about 1.5% of children are diagnosed with ASD as of 2017, from 0.7% in 2000 in the United States.
6 The United States Preventive Services Task Force in 2016 found it was unclear if screening was beneficial or harmful among children in whom there is no concerns.
7 A 2016 survey in the United States reported a rate of 25 per 1,000 children for ASD.
8 Alabama (/ˌæləˈbæmə/) is a state in the southeastern region of the United States.
9 After the United States victory in the American Revolutionary War, the territory was divided between the United States and Spain.
10 Spain kept a claim on its former Spanish West Florida territory in what would become the coastal counties until the Adams–Onís Treaty officially ceded it to the United States in 1819.
11 The United States Congress created the Alabama Territory on March 3, 1817.
12 By 1920, Birmingham was the 36th-largest city in the United States.
13 In the United States Supreme Court cases of Baker v. Carr (1962) and Reynolds v. Sims (1964), the court ruled that the principle of "one man, one vote" needed to be the basis of both houses of state legislatures, and that their districts had to be based on population rather than geographic counties.
14 Alabama is the thirtieth-largest state in the United States with 52,419 square miles (135,760 km) of total area: 3.2% of the area is water, making Alabama 23rd in the amount of surface water, also giving it the second-largest inland waterway system in the United States.
15 DeSoto Caverns in Childersburg, the first officially recorded cave in the United States;
16 The United States Census Bureau estimates the population of Alabama was 4,903,185 on July 1, 2019, which represents an increase of 123,440 or 2.58%, since the 2010 Census.
17 Alabama has been identified as one of the most religious states in the United States, with about 58% of the population attending church regularly.
18 The assembly plant is the company's first factory to be built within the United States.
19 Mobile is known for having the oldest organized Mardi Gras celebration in the United States, beginning in 1703.
20 It was also host to the first formally organized Mardi Gras parade in the United States in 1830, a tradition that continues to this day.
21 At almost 800 amendments and 310,000 words, it is by some accounts the world's longest constitution and is roughly forty times the length of the United States Constitution.
22 The Port of Mobile was ranked 12th by tons of traffic in the United States during 2009.
23 Abraham Lincoln (/ˈlɪŋkən/; February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) was an American statesman and lawyer who served as the 16th president of the United States from 1861 to 1865.
24 He also encouraged border states to outlaw slavery, and promoted the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which outlawed slavery across the country.
25 Lincoln is remembered as the martyr hero of the United States and he is consistently ranked as one of the greatest presidents in American history.
26 The year's elections showed the strong opposition to the Kansas–Nebraska Act, and in the aftermath, Lincoln sought election to the United States Senate.
27 With ratification, it became the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution on December 6, 1865.
28 The Pacific Railway Acts of 1862 and 1864 granted federal support for the construction of the United States' First Transcontinental Railroad, which was completed in 1869.
29 Lincoln appointed 27 judges to the United States district courts but no judges to the United States circuit courts during his time in office.
30 The term "the United States" has historically been used, sometimes in the plural ("these United States"), and other times in the singular.