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What political events and social viewpoints made a federal constitution and government essential?

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    For which country?

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    Britian did not really accept the US revolution as the final word (War of 1812). Britian and France were still combatants. Trade to Europe was strong, and the US needed a strong navy. Slavery was still in its infancy, and had strong political support. The West was not settled, and political factors dictated that a strong government was needed to exercise control over the Western Front.

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