Hello everyone, after playing America a few times, I have found that I am always behind in terms of everything. I don't know how to use his UA properly, or what is the best approach in order to win. His UA is good for building early wonders such as stonehenge and pyramids, but on the midgame, I have found myself clueless on how to use his UA anymore, and instead of investing buildings, I "assumed" that buying tiles could be more useful, and I have lot of gold problems on the early game. I have to admit that I really don't like to play tall, so other than the Smithsonian tourism boost for CV, is there a good strategy for America as wide? can they win diplomatic, scientific, and/or domination? How can I properly use his UB an UA, especially the +1 sight? Overall, what is your best approach for America? EDIT: Is his starting bias, really some sort of flat plains? how can I use/overcome such starting bias?