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HY203, Paper Topic 2 Spring 2007 Due in class on April 18 In the decades after the ratification of the Constitution, the United States expanded rapidly away from the eastern seaboard and underwent transformative economic change. But often those processes were fraught with turmoil. Consider three of the following developments—the Whiskey Rebellion, the War of 1812, the construction of the Erie Canal, and the removal of southeastern Indians—and discuss why they were so contentious. Do you think the most significant obstacles confronting American growth were moral, political, military, or ideological? Please note: although the issues above have been discussed in lecture, summarizing lecture material will not make for a satisfactory paper. Primarily, you should draw on the readings assigned for the course to support your answer.
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Unformatted text preview: --Papers should be roughly 4-6 pages in length.--Your paper must be double-spaced with standard margins.--Use only a 12-point font, preferably Times New Roman.--When you quote or paraphrase, please indicate the source and page number in parentheses. For example, ( The Artificial River, p. 10).--Evidence for your argument should come only from the materials assigned for this course. No outside research is required, and it is strongly discouraged. --Should you choose to ignore this advice, you must provide citations for any and all of your information, including internet materials. Using the ideas or words of others in any form without citation constitutes plagiarism, and will subject you to disciplinary action for academic misconduct....
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