How likely is civil war in the USA in the next ten years? [closed]

The Politicus
May 06, 2022 11:00 PM 0 Answers
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How likely is civil war in the USA in the next ten years?

I realise that "likely" is an inexact word, however I would like to base the question on precedent.

In the past there have been and still are civil wars throughout the world. In the USA, civil unrest and violent opposition to the views of opposing factions seems to be becoming more frequent. Even the Constitution is being questioned.

Based on world history, can we make any predictions of the likelihood of an actual internal war in the area?

Are there any factors, specific to the modern world, that would make it less likely than in the past?


A civil war or intrastate war[a] is a war between organized groups
within the same state (or country). The aim of one side may be to take
control of the country or a region, to achieve independence for a
region, or to change government policies.[3] The term is a calque of
Latin bellum civile which was used to refer to the various civil wars
of the Roman Republic in the 1st century BC.

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