Does the United States still qualify as a 'young country?' At what point does a country stop being a 'young country' and qualify as an old ?
- JudithLv 72 months ago
It's all relative. Compared to Italy, Spain, England, etc, etc we are a young country and we will always be a young country because as we age so, too, do they.
We're not talking about government here - we're talking about the US being a country.
- GrundoonLv 72 months ago
The United States has the second oldest government in the world. Every other country...other than England has changed their type of at least once since America was founded.