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The United States had initially set peace with the French and the Spanish people and had agreed not to bulge into their details but as soon as the rights of the American Merchants were curtailed, they decided to act accordingly.
The settling of the Americans on the land led to the country starting the acquisition of the piece of land and this brought a lot of disturbance from the Spanish and the French who had just accommodated the United States as a gesture but were taking over piece by piece. This eventually led to a deal being signed (Fleming, 2007).
President Jefferson was objective to the idea of acquiring the piece of land. The reason behind this was because he was known to be of a liberal mind. With this kind of attitude, he could not commit any activity that was not enlisted in the constitution. He however reconciled the issue by having his advisors convince him that the whole of the United States was starting to view him as a dictator. This made him engage in the deal to eliminate this notion from the minds of the Americans. The ramifications of this deal for the United Nations was that it was able to achieve respect from some of the countries that had assumed its power and that the land acquired could settle more
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It bore witness to the pitting of Americans against each other and eventually, put to a challenge the country’s strength as a nation. A scrutiny of the events that led to the Civil War, the war that ultimately determined the fate of slavery in the country, showed that as early as the 1800s, the issue of slavery was already starting to simmer, but was kept under control with negotiations for its extension to new American territories.
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