Doesn’t the Feds own most of the territory in Alaska thus what size would AK be should it remove itself from the USA?
“Doesnt the Feds own most of the territory in Alaska thus what size would AK be should it remove itself from the USA?”
Well, first off it wouldn’t be called Alaska. It would be called East Russia.
They gotta’ give back the part the USA owned though.
I'll answer this as if it is a serious question, though perhaps you meant it as a joke.
Of course the answer is "NONE". Alaska would be dissolving the Union with the Federal Government and all lands in Alaska would cede back to the State.
As an aside the US Constitution attempted to safeguard against FedGov as the owner of huge chunks of land. The founders had already been through that system in England, thank you very much. That's why the only Constitutional piece of federal land are the various forts and DC, which was limited to 10 square miles for a reason.
It's not just Alaska where FedGov owns way too much land, it's much of the West. Lately they have taken to not even maintaining (or allowing to be maintained) roads that have been in place for 50 years or more. There are many parts of the Gifford-Pinchot forest that are essentially being put off limits to people by the deliberate closing of roads and allowing them to overgrow. This includes roads with fully concrete bridges on them!