yoyoyo (2) - Julia Nan Mr. Merrill AP US History 02...

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Julia Nan Mr. Merrill AP US History 02 November 2009 Essay The United States of America is still a weak feeble nation after its victory over Britain in the Revolutionary War. The new nation is still heavily in debt from the war and was caught in the controversies with the relations with Britain and France. Washington was elected as the President of the United States and domestic and foreign issues regarding how the new nation should be ruled was proposed. Those issues included Hamilton’s policies regarding the economies, the establishment of banks, the war fought between France and England, and the Undeclared War with France. These important issues were important in ways that it both divided the nation while strengthening the federal government as a whole in the 1790’s. Hamilton’s policies divided the nation up. Because the beginning of the nation was still weak and there was a huge debt after the Revolutionary War, Hamilton proposed funding and assumption to improve the national economy. He’s ideas of funding in He wanted the rich to pay more attention to the federal government, and thus gain credit for the federal funding. Hamilton’s
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course CHIN 252 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Ahsanullah University of Sci & Tech.

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