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The Library of Congress RMB

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Founder: The Grand Collection of Library of Congress

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Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most Nations: 277th
World Factbook Entry

Established: August 1, 2018

This is a region dedicated to a collection of nations representing some of the great figures past and present in American political history, from Presidents to Senators, and Governors to Representatives, Cabinet Secretaries, and others who have contributed to making our country what it is today.


Direct all telegrams to Library of Congress.
Telegram Library of Congress for embassy requests, requests without a telegram will be denied.
See the collection categorized in the dispatches pinned below.

Embassies: The Presidential Library.

Tags: Large, Password, and Puppet Storage.

The Library of Congress contains 65 nations, the 277th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Poor Incomes in The Library of Congress

The World Census studied the spending power of the poorest 10% of citizens in each nation.

As a region, The Library of Congress is ranked 18,596th in the world for Highest Poor Incomes.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The 5th President of James MonroeFather Knows Best State“Presidente”
2.The 40th Governor of California of Gavin NewsomFather Knows Best State“Courage for a Change”
3.The 38th Vice President of Hubert HumphreyFather Knows Best State“By The People For The People”
4.The 63rd Governor of Kentucky of Andy BeshearInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Strength Through Freedom”
5.The United States of William Gibbs McAdooInoffensive Centrist Democracy“E Pluribus Unum”
6.The 38th President of Gerald FordInoffensive Centrist Democracy“August 9, 1974 January 20, 1977”
7.The United States of Robert La FolletteInoffensive Centrist Democracy“E Pluribus Unum”
8.The 24th Governor of Montana of Steve BullockInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Strength through Freedom”
9.The United States of Adlai StevensonInoffensive Centrist Democracy“You Can't Stop Progress”
10.The Grand Collection of Library of CongressNew York Times Democracy“E Pluribus Unum”
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