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The Young Republics Problems in 1789

Summary: This is an overview of the various problems that faced America after the Revolutionary War.
There are many problems our young nation faced in the beginnings. I will talk about the organization of our nation, raining finances, and the creating of our foreign policy. I am going to tell you and explain each of the main three problems that our fore fathers faced, and how they handed them.

The first problem they faced was keeping order in the new nation. The government at this time had now laws, no courts and law enforcement officers. The only thing they had to go on was the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution. The first thing Congress did was adopt the Judiciary Act of 1789. This act gave us the basic structure for the court systems we have today. This act gave the Supreme Court power over state courts. This act was critical in building a federal system. After accomplish that congress that proceeded...

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