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16 September, 22:29

How did the war 1812 affect the federalist party

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  1. 17 September, 01:02
    A group in Congress lead by Henry Clay, known as the "War Hawks" wanted to invade Canada and make it part of the United States. The War Hawks were supported in the West and South. The New England states (Federalists) did not support the War because because they would lose money and trade. Mostly Jeffersonians and agriculture interests supported the commercial reasons for the war.
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