"The Nine Nations of North America" by Joel Garreau- it's a sociopolitical look at how different regions of North America are aligned into distinct power structures. (I'm a nerd) Basically, he breaks the continent into nine distince blocs, or nations: New England (obvious), The Foundry (mostly the Rust Belt), Dixie (the old South), The Islands (South Florida & the Carribean), MexAmerica (Northern Mexico and most of the Desert Southwest), Ecotopia (The Pacific coast between San Francisco and Anchorage), The Empty Quarter (The Rocky Mountains and Canadian Shield), The Breadbasket (The Great Plains), and Quebec (duh). It's from the early 80's, so it's definitely dated at points, but it holds up remarkably well- kind of lends even more credibility to his ideas.
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