What is the difference between America and the United States of America?
America is awesome. The USA is more awesome!
America I suppose is relating more to the continent (North America/South America). The USA is part of North America, but people just call the USA 'America' for short.
So if someone says they're going to America, or that they live in America, they're probably referring to the USA, not the continent.
What are the similarities between the Massachusetts Constitution and the constitution of the United States of America?
What is the difference between the federal government and the Louisiana executive branch of government?
The Federal government is the National government of the United States of America, of which the state of Louisiana is a member. The powers of the Lousiana executive are subordinate to the powers of the Federal government. The state of Louisiana as well as all other states must adhere to all law of the United States of America.
A territory is an insular area protected and adminstered by the United States. A commonwealth is a self-governing insular area that elects to be part of the United States. Commonwealths, territories, and protectorates are insular areas whose people are citizens of the United States, with the exception of America Samoa. The Samoans are nationals--free to go anywhere in the United States--but they are not citizens.
While New York and Texas are both states in the United States of America, they are two different states. Texas is a southern state, and it is the biggest state in the United states. Meanwhile, New York is in the north and it's region and economics differ from Texas's. I hope this answers your question.
the difference between a continent and state is that a state is a large form of land which included countries, citeies, states or provinces. North America, South America, Asia, Europe, Australia, Africa and Antarctica are all continents. A state is a form of land inside the United States. It only has cities and counties. Some examples are California, Texas, Florida and Minnesota,