AP U.S. History 4.5 Period 3: 1754-1800

AP U.S. History 4.5 Period 3: 1754-1800. One direct effect of the trend described in the excerpt was...what?

APAP U.S. History
AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 3: 1754–1800
Growing Tensions Following IndependenceTensions from Westward Expansion
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extreme on something could be lying in there like france

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All right here's our question One direct effect of the

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trends described in the excerpt Wass what and hear your

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potential and start looking for a direct effect the all

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right So the correct answer will be something that was

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directly caused by all these settlers heading west Well see

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doesn't work because it's just not true dissolution describes when

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something falls apart and fades away like that jump shot

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from some bad basketball player Or like how we eventually

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said bye bye bye to our obsession with nineties pop

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music and hardly ever make references to it Oops we

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did it again But everybody heading west is what actually

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caused the distinctive backcountry cultures to exist in the first

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place so we can cross out See what about option

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a Yeah We're gonna have to say no to this

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One to american westward expansion didn't do anything tio ese

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relationships with longtime european rivals if there's one thing most

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countries were good at doing it's holding grudges Hundred meter

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grudge see michael phelps for details All right we'll answer

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D is wrong too But that's a good thing Slavery

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didn't expand into the northwest territories because it was never

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allowed to do so That was kind of what the

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american civil war was more or less all about that

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in the cool fashions b is the way to go

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on this one More and more settlers were heading west

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which meant mohr headbutting with the american indians This was

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mostly because white settlers felt entitled to and were aggressively

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seizing native peoples lands Well something tells us the settlers

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never watched pocahontas You know you think you own whatever

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land you land on all the colors of the wind

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and all that So basically america was founded on a

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finders keepers losers weepers kind of policy It just conveniently

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ignored the fact that the land had already been found

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thousands of years ago by somebody else Now details details

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