War of 1812 - The biggest impact of the War of 1812 on the...

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The American leaders who declared war on Great Britain in 1812 believed that they would bring a second war and gain independence to America. However, the United States did not achieve any of its goals. The war of 1812 resulted in a notable increase in American nationalism. A French diplomat commented, “The war of 1812 has given the United States a national character.” The war resulted in many beneficial outcomes: a better defense, an increased funding of the peace military, a final confirmation of the Revolution’s outcome, and a more secure western frontier.
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Unformatted text preview: The biggest impact of the War of 1812 on the federal government is that in that time the federal government was booming and that was the begging of the industrial revolution. The war strengthened the federal government and it also guided out national anthem, the star spangled banner, it also associated nationalism. It was significant in many ways; the US proved to the world that they were an independent nation....
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