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This is debated pertaining to the US support for the United Nations, but this ignores the fact that the US has consistently opposed those actions of the United Nations that it deemed contrary to its national interests. Does the US Recognize British Sovereignty? The US always held that we were "free? But did we really win the revolution?

According to the treaties of that time, it is not completely clear, and US Federal Laws seem to contradict that we actually are a sovereign nation; that we are forever paying debt to the Crown for war loans and reparations.

On July 16, 2009, USS Halyburton (FFG-40) visited the Port of London for three nights. On Saturday July 18th, she became the first non-British ship to take part in the Tower of London's Constable's Dues ritual. Dating back to the 14th century, it involved the crew being ceremonially "challenged" for entry into the British capital. This reflects an ancient custom in which a ship had to unload some of its cargo for the sovereign to enter the city.

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Q: Did the US give up its sovereignty?
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