These are some questions given that I think everybody could benefit from if discussed. We can share our answers as a means of studying. And for anybody who thinks of this as an attempt by me to attain answers, you're lying to yourself :)
1. 1763 was a turning point in American History. Assess the validity of this statement.
2. The colonists were justified in their revolution. Assess the validity of this statement.
3. It has been said that Americans revolted against tyranny anticipated, rather than against tyranny inflicted. Assess the validity of this statement.
4. Compare and contrast the British and American conduct of the war. How did each side propose to “win” and how realistic was its assessment of the situation, and how did the prewar assessment influence the ultimate outcome of the war?
5. Examine the relative successes and failures of the Articles of Confederation. Was this new government capable of providing the stability that the new nation needed?
6. Compare and contrast the political, economic and social philosophies of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton and the sort of nation each wished to create.
7. During the Federalist Era, events in other countries did much to shape the political party growth and domestic policy. How did American relations with England, France and Span affect the two political parties and how the government responded to these foreign influences.
8. Many historians view the War of 1812 as the “second war for independence”, but is this an accurate characterization?
9. What happened to the Federalists? For the first decade under the Constitution, the Federalist Party held the nation together and 20 years later all but ceased to exist.
10. Explain Hamilton’s motives for proposing his plans for taxation, assumption and currency regulation and what it was in his motives which so upset Jefferson and Madison.