hmmm, shouldn't be too bad. Might as well test my nerve.
yes! Success, I've impressed myself and others
America's role in the world at the end of the American Revolution was like a new born baby learning how to walk because they were a new nation learning how to adapt. In that, America's older siblings (nations) watched closely, 24/7, to see how America would develop and whether they would fail to rise up or not.
America's role in the world at the end of the American Revolution was like a testy teenager testing his or hers boundaries and their success rate because in The War of 1812, America was still young and they tested their power against one of the strongest nations; Britain. In the end, they succeeded showing the word that they were strong.
America's role in the world at the end of the American Revolution was like a kid protecting his lunch table from all other kids during Lunch to protect himself and his own friends. In this, America wanted to protect and care for themselves first, before they invited or joined any other nation