angry for losing their class status and voting white male when they lost their

Angry for losing their class status and voting white

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angry for losing their class status and voting-white male when they lost their farm to thegovernment and went to taxpayers jail.Virginia Plan - Who: Virginia and James Madison are involved in the Virginia plan. What: TheVirginia Plan is notable for its role in setting forth the idea of population-weighted representationin the proposed national legislature. When: The Virginia Plan was introduced in 1787. Where: Itwas introduced at the Constitutional Convention. Why: The plan tried its best to compromisethose in favor of a federal strong government and those who wanted their states to have morepower.Treaty of Spain - Who: The Treaty of Spain involved the US and Spain. What: The treatyguaranteed Spain’s exclusive right to navigate the Mississippi River for 25 years. It also openedSpain’s European and West Indian seaports to American shipping. When: The treaty was ratifiedin 1786. Where: The treaty was signed by Congress and Spain in Spain. Why: Spain was chokingthe American economy at New Orleans by restricting trade past it. 1. The Patriot advantages included: familiarity with the terrain, aid from the French, and hunters’from the American colonies knowledge of weapons. The British advantages included: a largeorganized army, artillery, cavalry, supply ships, and intelligent generals. The Patriotdisadvantages included: lack of supplies, less organization compared to the British, and no seasupply routes. The British disadvantages included: well trained soldiers without experience, pridein their ability, and the inability to adapt to America. Who: The British and Americans areinvolved in this. What: These talk about their advantages and disadvantages. When: The eve ofthe Revolutionary War was in 1776. Where: The fighting mainly takes place in America. Why:The colonies were basically trying to secede from Britain. 2. Initial setbacks for the Americans include losing New York, the loss of canons, guns, and food,and the dwindling numbers of men in the Continental Army. In this regard, the Battles of Trentonand Princeton kept the war going. The American ability to win battles encouraged moreAmericans to enlist in the army and have faith in Washington’s ability to lead to victory. Who:The Americans are involved in these initial setbacks. What: These were setbacks that theAmericans first encountered when the war started. When: These setbacks occurred in the earlyyears of the revolution. Where: These setbacks happened in America. Why: These setbackshappened because of poor defense in New York. 3. American diplomatic goals at the start of the war include trying to keep the British and theFrench from fighting each other. Trying to solve this with an embargo, punishing both nations;
Ben Lou10/12/15Period 2Madison and Jefferson made things worse when the European nations decided to send their fleetson the southern east side of the American coast. Who: The French and British are involved inAmerica’s scheme. What: This was an attempt to keep Britain and France from fighting. When:This was in the early years of the Revolutionary War. Where: The attempts to abstain from

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