Era of Good Feelings

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American History

 

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Christina H

 

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March 8, 2013

 

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This great military pride resulted in a greater growth (Doc E) of the country (not just because of the victory of the war of 1812) because Americans would have better military outputs on the war against Indians, rebelling settlements, and the idea of settling and maintaining the west. The principal gain for the United States was a renewed self-confidence and faith in the ability of its military to defend the nation's freedom and honor...
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The principal gain for the United States was a renewed self-confidence and faith in the ability of its military to defend the nation's freedom and honor. "Let us, then, bind the republic together with a perfect system of roads and canals" John Calhoun said (Doc B). This statement is right at the beginning of "The Era of Good Feelings" which shows the seriousness of the control displayed by congress to better the lifestyle of the American people...
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