Ways in which the war of 1812 lay the groundwork for postwar economic growth

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The war of 1812 boosted the manufacturing capacity of the USA such as the cotton manufacturing industry. In addition, the war led to the construction of the Erie Canal project. It was established to promote commercial links and military uses. Another influence on the economic growth can be seen through the amount set aside for financing the war being used to respond to the financial crises…

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