United States of South America

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In the press, the phrase "United States of South America" was bandied about as an analogy to the United States of America to reflect the economic and political power that the Union of South American Nations would have on the world stage.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

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  1. ^ The phrase has been used in the past for this same purpose. It has never been officially proposed or used. Collazo, Ariel B. La Federación de Estados: Única solución para el drama de América Latina. n/d, circa 1950-1960. OCLC 25422930
  2. ^ Duhalde, Eduardo (13 July 2004). "Hacia los Estados Unidos de Sudamérica." La Nación.
  3. ^ Grorjovsky, Nestor (14 July 2004). "Duhalde señaló que el Mercosur es un paso para la Unión Sudamericana" Archived 5 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine. Reconquista-Popular.
  4. ^ Collazo, Ariel (15 July 2004). "Los Estados Unidos de Sudamérica" La República.
  5. ^ 29 July 2004,interview with Mexican President Vicente Fox by Andrés Oppenheimer. Mexico:Presidencia de la República.
  6. ^ "Estados Unidos de Sudamérica" Herejías y silencios. (22 November 2005).
  7. ^ Duhalde, Eduardo (6 December 2004). "Sudamérica y un viejo sueño." Clarín.