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Daniel Shays Rebellion
Shays' Rebellion was the clash between farmers and merchants that tested the uncertain institutions of the new republic. It threatened to plunge the United States into a civil war. The rebellion arose in Massachusetts in 1786, and soon spread to other states (CFR). It is noted to be a key focal point for the reconstruction of the Articles of Confederation.
The Rebellion started with petitions to the government for paper currency, lower taxes, and judicial reform. Merchants wanted to lessen the circulation of continental currency to keep its value and not make it lose an…
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