American.Actually it has a variety of political, economic, and religious opinion as well as a mixture of peoples and ethnicities.
See A. Carpenter, The Encyclopedia of the Midwest (1982) J. H. Madison, ed., Heartland: Comparative Histories of the Midwestern States (1988) J. R. Shortridge, The Middle West (1989).
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