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Causes and Effects of The Mexican War

Summary: Describes the causes and the effects of the Mexican War. Explores the history of the war, including American support of the Texas fight for independence. Discusses the American policy of Manifest Destiny.
The causes and the effects of the Mexican War didn't happen over night. This process was long and arduous, involving various people and faces. The Mexican War was an epic of hardships, disasters, and accomplishments. The causes and effects of the Mexican War had much in common with the formation of the Grand Canyon, and didn't take just one day.

In late 1835, hundreds of Americans made their way down to Texas for a cause always taught to be sacred, independence. Numerous Americans from every state in the United States participated to help the Texans fight for independence. At the time when Texas was a part of the Spanish colony of Mexico, many American farmers believed the beautiful and resourceful region of Texas was made just to grow cotton. Spain had closed its borders to Americans until 1821. In 1821, Moses Austin was granted a large estate of land in Texas...

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