Why do you think the person or decision is significant to the development of the United States?

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Chapters 6 and 7 discuss the early Federal period, the beginning of our nation's development. During this time the nation doubled it size stretching all the way to the Rocky Mountains and south to Florida.

It won respect from the British in the War of 1812. The fledgling nation had survived.
There were cultural, political, social, technological, and economic changes during this time as well.

Pick a person or decision made in the period 1789-1815 which you think is most important in understanding American history.
Why do you think the person or decision is significant to the development of the United States?

Explain your choice using facts and evidence from the reading and/or resources for Week 7. You must use the reading and module for this week which begins on page 171 "Completing the Structure" through Chapter 7 of the text.

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