Challenges of a New Nation

Challenges of a New Nation
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  • We must have peace 
  • But you tried to start a war
  • We don't want to start a war with you!
  • We will not help!
  • We need to send a lot of troops to get our point across
  • agreed
  • How the U.S. Secured the Northwest Territory: Washington had skillfully waged war. He saw that the country needed peace in order to prosper. He considered military action as trouble brewed in the Trans-Appalachian West, the land between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River.
  • This is outrageous!
  • WE WILL NO LONGER SUPPORT YOU
  • Battle of the Fallen Timbers: The British, not wanting war with the United States, refused to help them. The Battle of Fallen Timbers crushed Native American hopes of keeping their land in the Northwest Territory.
  • We shall support you 
  • I don't know if we should anymore 
  • The Whiskey Rebellion: Washington sent so many groups because Washington, urged on by Hamilton, was prepared to enforce the tax and crush the Whiskey Rebellion. 
  • agreed
  • We will not choose any sides with any country 
  • The French Revolution: In 1789, a financial crisis led the French people to rebel against their government.
  • French Revolution: Americans were at first enthusiastic in support of the revolution. However, over time divisions of opinion became apparent between federalists and anti-federalists.
  • Remaining Neutral: In April 1793, Washington declared that the United States would remain neutral, not siding with one country or the other.
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