Forming a New Nation
This activity will help you meet these educational goals:
Inquiry Skills—You will evaluate change and continuity over time, develop credible explanations of historical events and developments based on reasoned interpretation of evidence, develop explanations and make persuasive arguments in support of your conclusions, and communicate your conclusions.21st Century Skills—You will employ online tools for research and analysis, communicate effectively, and assess and validate information.
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After the American Revolutionary War, many states raised taxes to pay off their war debts. Small farmers were often unable to pay the high taxes, which usually resulted in their property being confiscated. In Massachusetts, Daniel Shays, a veteran of the Continental Army, led a rebellion of poor farmers who demanded debt relief, lower taxes, and protections against property seizures. The rebellion, which began in late 1786 and lasted until early 1787, convinced many people that the federal government needed stronger powers to protect the economic rights of individuals against local policies.
Read the articles
“Article 2,” https://www.mountvernon.org/library/digitalhistory/digital-encyclopedia/article/shays-rebellion/
“Article 3.” https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Shays%27_Rebellion
Then write short answers to the following questions.
please put Part A B C D above it so i know where it belongs thank you
According to Article 1, why did Massachusetts raise taxes on citizens, and what about the currency of the time made it difficult for citizens to pay these taxes?
According to Article 2, what was George Washington’s major concern about the rebellion in Massachusetts?
According to Article 3, explain both sides of Shays’ Rebellion. Include perspectives of the political leaders and the leaders of the rebellion.
Based on your knowledge of the events leading up to the rebellion, how did Shays’s Rebellion highlight problems with the Articles of Confederation?
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