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Whiskey Rebellion
Many poor southern farmers were finding it hard to get ahead , so they started to make and sell whiskey. It was not hard to make and it turned a nice profit. It was also very easy to transport because you could put it in barrels which make it easy to get up hills. After a while the government found out about this and wanted to put a tax on making whiskey. The farmers thought that this was unfair and they were not going to stand for it. They banded together and burned some of the innocent tax collector's homes. George Washington heard of this and sent troops south to handle the issue. When the troops arrived the rebels went home because the force of American soldiers was to large and strong for them. This could be said to be Washington's way of telling the nation he means

 



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