I'm thinking more of another Revolution than Civil War....citizens against big government and unfair taxes....such as the "affordable healthcare act" which says it makes healthcare more affordable....by taxing those who can't afford healthcare....
At the time of our last civil war, America was not the super power that it is today. What that means is that today allies would come to the aid of the established government of the United States. The rebelling faction would have to pretty much go it alone unless it was able to make a very strong case to other powerful nations that they should abandon their alliance with the established government of the U.S., and bet their status among other nations, and be willing to lose the benefits they get from the U.S., that not only would the rebel faction prevail, but that the world would consider the new government to be an improvement over the previous. It is absolutely impossible for this nation to have a civil war in isolation as it did last time.
certainly,no country has automatic immunity against civil war. the probability of that happening is very low, almost nil. there's even less posibility of it happening around the same issues. but,chances are,in the relatively distant future, the u.s., will have a kind of civil war,or a revolution of sorts. we,thank goodness,haven't had to live through anything close to those events here on american soil. I sure hope it doesn't happen within the lifetime of anyone that is alive now.
Unlikely, since the only state that has hung onto it's "right to secede" from the union is Texas. They haven't acted on it, so far, but who knows? It's hard to get Americans to come together on anything that big, so I'd more easily believe a possible future "uprising" (which would be verry messy) rather than a "civil war" between actual states or regions, which are pretty heterogenous these days.
Yeah. I'm surprised it hasn't happened yet. And it will be a civil war. The confederates viewed it as a revolution when it was in fact a civil war. Ironically president Lincoln was a republican for the north so republicans are tarnishing Lincolns sacrifices. But still I'm.a Kansan. Kansas Redleg Jayhawkers killed confederates before, we will happily oblige in doing so again. Kansas lost the most out of all union states before, we earned it.