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Before Vermont became a state they tried to become part of Quebec, but Quebec refused so Vermont joined the United States instead. Is Vermont important to the U.S.?

Before Vermont became a state they tried to become part of Quebec, but Quebec refused so Vermont joined the United States instead. Is Vermont important to the U.S.?
  • Yes, Vermont is important to the U.S.

    Vermont's contributions to America's businesses and environment prove to be important. Vermont creates businesses that strengthen the U.S. economy, including Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream and King Arthur Flour. Its emphasis on environmental protection also contributes to the U.S.'s overall reduction of natural resource usage. People in Vermont have abundant farmer's markets, carpool frequently and implement composting into their food industry.

  • Yes, Vermont is important to the US.

    Yes, Vermont is important to the US because it is one of our fifty states. Every state is important. They bring a lot of income thanks to their skiing community and would be sorely missed if they joined Canada. They also produced one of the best senators in Bernie Sanders.

  • Vermont is important

    Vermont is an important part of the United States. Although Quebec refused Vermont when it tried to gain entry, it has since become an important part of our country. It is a major producer of maple syrup. It also is home to many ski slopes that are used by the country's residents.

  • Vermont is important.

    Putting aside the fact that Vermont has a number of vitally important industries that help the rest of the country, all states in the United States should be viewed as important. They are all part of the vibrant political and social character of the nation and every citizen should be considered equally important.

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