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Was the War of 1812 a Second war for independence for America?
The War of 1812 was a major turning point in American history in that it moved America from Jefferson's Republicanism, as well as any signs of Federalism, and towards Jacksonian democracy. The War of 1812 has been called a Second War for American Independence because it changed America politically, diplomatically, and economically. America was changed because it became less dependent on Europe economically, American politics moved toward a new era, and America had more diplomatic respect from other countries.
American politics were changed because America moved towards a different era.…
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