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Panamerican Cooperative

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The Panamerican Cooperative (Spanish: Cooperativo Panamericano, French: Coopératif Panaméricain; commonly referred to as just the Cooperative) is an intergovernmental organization dedicated to the economic, military, political, and social integration of the Americas. Founded by the North American Socialist Union, the Andean People's Federation, and the Socialist Republic of Colombia on 11 March 1939, the Cooperative has since grown to encompass the entirety of the Americas under various allied governments with a total of 14 full member states as of 2019. The Panamerican Council, the central administrative organ of the Cooperative, is permanently based in the Fairmount Park neighborhood of Philadelphia Commune, the capital city of the NASU.

The administrative bodies of the Cooperative are dedicated to Panamerican integration in various aspects of member states' societies and governments. The central organizational objective of the Cooperative is the furtherance of the New World Revolution, which has aimed to completely eradicate all aspects of economic and social inequality since it began in the mid-early 20th century. Although the member states of the Cooperative achieved sole military-political dominance over the Americas by 1957, remnants of capitalist economic organization and bourgeois-liberal political structures continued to cause major internal issues for many of the Cooperative's members, especially so in Latin America. For this reason, the continued cooperation of all member states under common leadership and regionally-specific policy implementation has bound the Cooperative together for the majority of the 20th century.

Collectively, the Panamerican Cooperative has an estimated population of 964,920,000 people as of 2019 and a total land area of 42,549,000 square kilometers. The Cooperative is the world's second largest common economic and political area after the Eurasian Union, but if the Cooperative were considered a single country it would be the third most populous and the largest by area in the world.