Document 6 The congressional vote for war, by political party: 8.
One war or another, this war was to lead us towards independence, but some historians might not agree on the easy answer, but go deeper into the source of the war and its effects in America To start with, the battle of Tippecanoe was a very important battle in the War Of words - 4 pages Some historians claim that the War of was "rash and unnecessary" for the United States.
It followed a period of great tension between the two nations as a result of the treatment of neutral countries by both France and England during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
However as shameful as the war was, it also had some good benefits and it demonstrated to Great Britain and the rest of the world that the United States of America was its own sovereign nation, and not some British Sphere of Influence Unfortunately, this Embargo of failed to force the European powers to respect our rights, and severely harmed our own economy, throwing thousands of merchants, shippers, and sailors out of work.
The Indian conflicts in the old Northwest soon merged into the wider conflict with Britain, now known as the war of For the US, the War of seemed to just be one failure after another. For years, the wars had seen France lose most of its colonial empire Not wanting to interfere in the affairs of others, Jefferson stayed away from conflict and confrontation, mainly in the war between England and France.
The war of was a very significant event that took place in the U. The War of is important because it changed the way the United States saw itself and how the world saw us as a whole James Madison was viewed as being unfitted for leadership, but an analysis of his actions at the Constitutional Convention ofSpeaker of the House, and as Secretary of State under Jefferson reveals otherwise.
In time, France came to dominate much of the continent of Europe, while Britain remained supreme on the seas