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Like I had mentioned before, manufacturing was increasing and was bringing a great change in an early America. The War of 1812 and the Embargo Act acted as a ground for development that increased our whole nation.
After the War, the “Era of Good Feelings” was a historical period where it reflected our nation’s purpose and a craving for unity among Americans. This was when President James Monroe took office and it was sort of a relief and good feeling that Americans could now focus on their own nation rather than affairs with European countries.
In conclusion, the war of 1812 led to many changes to America. Yes, it was a bad time to witness for those at the time but in a way, it strengthens the U.S to be more independent and build even more. It increased manufacturing, and not to mention nationalism among citizens. It could be considered to be the best that happened to the U.S at the time and that is why the War of 1812 was