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History march 20 2008 - History march 20 2008 A war of...

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History march 20 2008 A war of 1812: national weakness and Jefferson’s agrarian republic. -economic weakness -military weakness -internal conflict- Hartford connection. Americans are going to get caught up b/t the English and the French. This is because we rely heavily on exports. Our first national economic depression is going to occur in 1819. Essay number 19 you are going to find the words that the farmers are the chosen people of god and this is going to reveal how he feels about the Americas. He thinks that cities are nothing but a burden for a nation. And the problem is that the united states is becoming more and more urban. Jefferson is going to want the united states to remain an agricultural nation. This is why we are going to get into the war of 1812 b/c we have to get involved with manufactured goods b/c we do not produce much on our own. We produce the materials and they manufacture. This made it to where afterwards they realize how much we are dependent on the European nations, that it is much like how it was in b4 the revolution, we supply and the British make it. Jefferson is going to be succeeded as president by James Madison in 1808, who is fellow Virginian slave owner. And then after that it was Monroe, who was yet another Virginian slave owner. Madison is going to be the pres that leads us to war in 1812 and we are not yet ready to
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course HIST 205 taught by Professor Bowerman during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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