War of 1812--Impressments
World Studies 1 Honors
28 May 2002
Catalyzed Aggression by Impressments
In the nineteenth century the world was in turmoil. Civil unrest was common throughout the globe. The English were incessantly involved in war with the French. The Americans were in a feud with the Native Americans. The real trouble happened when two of these wars in essence combined against the unfortunate Americans. There were many causes which led up to the War of 1812. This included, tax hikes from the British, the seizure of American and French merchant ships, American goods being sold for less money than…
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