Briefly explain how ONE specific historical event, development, or circumstance in the period 1776–1800

Briefly explain how ONE specific historical event, development, or circumstance in the period 1776–1800 that is not directly mentioned in the excerpts could be used to support Berkin's interpretation

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  1. The correct answer to this open question is the following.

    Although you did not include any references or texts, we can comment on the following.

    One specific historical event, development, or circumstance in the period 1776–1800 could have been the victory of the Continental Army led by General Geoge Washington. After the victory of the American Army over the English troops, countries such as France expressed its total support to the colonies and sent weapons and supplies much need in the Revolutionary war.

    Although this support left a deep debt on the United States, was fundamental to the final result in the Revolutionary War.

    Let's remind that historian Carol Berkin said in "A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution" (2002), that the founding fathers drafted the Constitution they focused on solving the many problems left by the English crown. They used their experience to protect the new country to protect it from a tyrant.

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