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Following the Revolutionary War, the United States faced severe economic hardships. States refused to pay wages, attempts of raising money were futile, and many complained about the tyranny of "King Congress". Unfortunately for the economy, interest on the nation's debt increased while its credit decreased.
Because of the economic crisis in the states, many farms were heavily in debt and were seized by their creditors who sold the land for a fraction of their value. The farmers and working class of Massachusetts who were unable to pay their debts were sent to prison and would not be releas…
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