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Use this History of The American Journey video entitled The First Republic 1776 to 1789 to study the early American efforts to create a national government. Learn about the political philosophy of republicanism; the nature and content of the early state constitutions; and the nature and content of the Articles of Confederation and the document’s inability to produce an effective government. Discover the British and Spanish threats to American security under the Articles and the movement toward a strong national government culminating in the drafting and adoption of the United States Constitution.

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  • The First Republic. Learn about The First Republic 1776-1789. Follow the growth of the United States from its creation as a new country to its search for stability in a changing modern world.
  • Learn and study about The First Republic 1776-1789
  • Follow the discovery of the New World by Columbus and the establishment of new colonies in it by the French and British.
  • Examine the federal government's treatment of Native Americans and the transformation of the West.
  • Watch the shaping of America and its people in the twentieth century through a great depression and two world wars.
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