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A thematic essay on how federalists and republicans split the social life of the U.S. after the revolutionary war
By the end of the 18th century the United States of America had survived twelve years as a constitutional government. During that time notable events happened that shaped the way of American politics. Domestic and Foreign affairs produced trouble. Domestically, the federal power was questioned while minorities' existence in the country was getting limited. Outside of America, the French Revolution sparked debate over many subjects. Americans were divided as to whom they should ally themselves with, their ally, France, from the American Revolution or their enemy, Britain, during that conf…
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