anonymous
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Pleasse help.. How did the early republic era in US history help to mold the american nation.. Mention presidencies of washington and adams and pivotal election of 1800??
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anonymous
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This is an incredibly broad question. Sorry I don't know enough to fully answer your question. Is this for an essay or something like that?
anonymous
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yea
anonymous
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it is for us history

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anonymous
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yeah sorry I don't an answer for you. these kind things take some research
anonymous
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oh ok
anonymous
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do u know anything about the american revoulion
anonymous
  • anonymous
? revoultion
anonymous
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um Britian vs colonists
anonymous
  • anonymous
well states by then I guess
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes exactly Britian vs. colonists
anonymous
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@ArkGoLucky
anonymous
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what about it?
anonymous
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It says how did the actions of the british lead to problems with the American colonists ?
anonymous
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I say the biggest one was that they taxed the colonists even though the colonists had no say in it. the "no taxation without representation" thing
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok what else would u say? Would you say that they were jusified in the declaration of independence?
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry this is too broad..
anonymous
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can u throw in a few ideas also @timo86m
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think that's one of those debatable topics. the core of the declaration was the inalienable rights and the British violated those so I would say it was justified.
anonymous
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Ok. Can i ask you another question?
anonymous
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How were the colonists able to procliam victory in the war?
anonymous
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the british gave up
anonymous
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Can u go into more detail and tell me why they gave up if you could ?
anonymous
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haha okay
anonymous
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well the americans had a lot of advantages in the war. 1. it was home turf, so they could fight better 2.the british were many miles away so it was hard to ship supplies, soldiers, etc. overseas 3. the americans were more passionate about winning than the british. the british didn't care too much 4. the british were weakened from frights with other countries(and other countries helped the americans during the war)(the core reason for the taxes were because the British were poor from fighting France, I think, don't quote me on that 5. the americans used guerrilla warfare while the British followed that war "etiquette" which was basically that you can't pull any sneaky stuff
anonymous
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Also how did the US constitution fulfill the american revouliton?
anonymous
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I'm not going to ask to many more i promise
anonymous
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@ArkGoLucky :)
anonymous
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did u see the other question @ArkGoLucky ?
anonymous
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I'm not sure about this one. I know the Bill of Rights was to protect the peoples' individual rights that were violated by the British. I think the Constitution was to create a fair "government" that made up for where the British government failed. But again, not sure about this
anonymous
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don't know why I put government in quotes
anonymous
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lol
anonymous
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and u don't know about the early republic?
anonymous
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?
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's the question is too broad for me to answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
how could i narrow it down to help?
anonymous
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I don't know
anonymous
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because the question is how did the early republic era in us history help to mold the american nation
anonymous
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think of characteristics that are unique to the United States now or characteristics that make us "Special" and think of how they might come about
anonymous
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sorry that's the best I can do
anonymous
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Ok and on the question 2 talking about the taxation and things what else would u say there?
anonymous
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@ArkGoLucky
anonymous
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what happened to no more questions...?
anonymous
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sorrry :) your soo good
anonymous
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the British just taxed too much. the american were not rich so the taxes hurt them. they felt wronged and retaliated

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