For War with Britain:
 1.    Chesapeake- Leopard affair.
      Impressment revenge.
 2.    Freedom of seas, violated
     ...
Against the War in Britain:
 1.Believed that taking Canada was a
  product of greedy expansion.
 2.There is no benefit fro...
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War Of 1812 Chart

  1. 1. For War with Britain: 1. Chesapeake- Leopard affair. Impressment revenge. 2. Freedom of seas, violated neutrality. 3. Impressment. Lack of respect. 4. Wanted to deprive Britain of its commerce. Would help our trade. 5. Wanted to prove that America was strong. The absence of the British would decrease Native attacks. Wanted to take over Canada. To stand up for ourselves! 6. The British are mocking our freedom. 7. Plundering of commerce, naval impressment and British funded attacks by the natives.
  2. 2. Against the War in Britain: 1.Believed that taking Canada was a product of greedy expansion. 2.There is no benefit from joining the military. You can gain more from plowing your land. 3.American commerce was strong enough without Britain. Why go to war over commerce? 4.Not prepared for war. War is not the answer. British are too powerful. 5.“Would lose millions when you gain a cent.” Would destroy the economy. Increase debt & taxes. 6.The northeast would be directly affected in terms of trade and production.

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