I'm really interested in what the English-speaking members will say...Originally Posted by Tracy Huber
In many parts of the world, "America" is synonymous with "the USA".
FL Wright had coined the term "Usonian" I think, but it didn't catch on, the idea of the "manifest destiny" was probably too deeply rooted in the spirit of the US citizens.
But we also refer to the whole continent as "America", divided into North, Central, and South America. Most of the time, no confusion is possible because of the context.
So here, maybe "The America's Manager" should be taken as "The Manager in the continent called America"...
I heard a comedian say once "What is this people that doesn't even have a name for their own citizens?..." (a French comedian of course, we are so sarcastic ...)