What was the effect of the War of 1812 that helped the U.S. economy grow?
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Britain ended up having good trade with America. the American agriculture experienced a boom from the introduction of new staple crops, such as cotton, and soon the whole world cotton became mostly manufactured in America. With this the U.S's America economy grew fast and stable too.
so it would be :greater trade with Britain and the export of most of the world's cotton.
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'so it would be :greater trade with Britain and the export of most of the world's cotton.'?
"greater trade with Britain and the export of most of the world's cotton."
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