The Challenges of State Creation and Democratization in the United States
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What were the main challenges the people of the United States encountered as they sought to consolidate and legitimize the power of the state?
What were the main challenges the people of the United States faced as they strove to create a political system?
What compelled the people of the United States to gradually democratize its political system?
What kind of democratic system did the people of the United States create?
How well does the democratic system created in the United States compare with those formed in Spanish American states and developed states?
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