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Why did new Engladers want the war (war of 1812) to end

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Why did new Engladers want the war (war of 1812) to end
posted Jan 25, 2019 by anonymous

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Because many New Englanders were opposing the conflict on political, economic, and religious grounds. At the outbreak of war, there was widespread resistance by many Americans, with many militias refusing to go to war, and bankers even refusing to back a Federal currency, and relieve the government of its debt. These were the common reasons many New Englanders wants war to end.

answer Jan 26, 2019 by Salil Agrawal
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