An explanation of the major problems the United States faced in 1789, how they were overcome by 1800, and at what cost.
In 1789 our first President, George Washington, faced many problems. It seemed as though the Westerners might abandon this new government, and the United States were afraid that their western territory might be taken away by the foreign powers. There was a possibility that the United States would break up into several small republics. Three main problems that might cause this are: export restrictions, fighting on the frontier, and the national debt.
In 1789 the United States had to deal with many serious problems. First, the French and British placed export restrictions whi…
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