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The Articles of Confederation created a new American Republic which was only replaced with a more democratic government under the Constitution. With this, it can be said that the outcome of the American Revolution was not a radical departure from America had been prior to 1763 but later, with the introduction of the constitution, developed unto a revolutionary society. Before 1763, the English empire had taxed the colonies but only to regulate trade and enforcement of these laws was minimal. A turning point came at the end of the French and Indian war in 1763. The British empire had rung up a large debt fighting the French and looked to the colonies, as they were the subject to the war, to pay off these debts.
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By the eve of the Revolution the patriotism has built up to such an extent, that the colonists believed America was self-sufficient enough to exist as independent unit from England. At first, America existed just as any of the other English colonies. England provided financial and military assistance, and in turn America shipped goods that were to be sold in England. This mercantilist system worked out at first, but soon, as the population increased people began to feel that many of England's trade policies and laws were unfair. They also expected to be represented in the English Parliament.
The dual party’s re-birth to American politics and democracy emerged during Andrew Jackson’s 1828 campaign. The Democratic Party was shaped by the values common masses placed on liberty and conflict regarding intense political issues during America’s early antebellum years. Remini’s investigation revealed that both conflicts were due to Andrew Jackson’s implementation to the presidency. However, the most instrumental reform was in Jacksonian Democracy, for without a passionate commitment to equality the United States would fall to the greed and private interests of republicanism. McGuire 2 The single-party political faction appeared after the Hartford Convention in 1812.
The article was written in the early part of the American Revolution by the committee of the second continental congress, because of the wars with Great Britain and the experience they have had with them. They wanted to give the states as much independence as possible, and this independence greatly limited the power of the federal government. The articles helped the struggling states in the process and exercise of self-government. During the articles, the national government consisted of a single house of congress. There was no judicial branch of government, only authority to mediate.
Before the American Revolution American colonist were under British rule . In the Declaration of Independence on document K it said that “We also believe that if the government fails to protect the rights of its people that the people have the right to change the government.” So doesn’t that mean that the government had failed to protect people’s right? This very reason brought on the need for so that why there was a new government after the American Revolution war. Also on document K said that “The government can totally be change if it’s need to be”. So, the reason they made a new government is because they needed a better government, or one they felt was fair.
The war wasn’t just about Britain holding land and impressing American sailors into their navy; it was a second war of independence. It was the first war as a united country, and it was a small new nation against a large European empire. That we survived woke us up, and let us know that we did have a nation. For the first time, we were united, not for a fight of our homes and freedoms, but for ideals (The Awakening of American Nationalism, AAN). The war of 1812 began long before war was declared.
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