New England Question

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The New England Question is is a cultural question and political issue predominantly associated with the Northeast Union, its people, and the issue of Northeasterm national identity. The New England Question reflects the political and cultural question of whether the break-up of the United States of America is relevant anymore, and if the Northeast Union should join the United Commonwealth in recreating the United States.

The Northeast Union formed in 1870 from the union of the New England Federation and the Gubernatorial Republic of Hudson. The two countries declared independence after Grant's Coup, where he imprisoned political rivals and put the country under martial law. The Northeast Union considers itself the rightful successor to American ideals, American democracy and American freedom. Ever since the normalization of relations and the liberalization of the politics in the United Commonwealth, the Northeast Union has been faced with the dilemma that the Northeast may no longer be the only successor to the American way of life.

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