How was life in louisiana impacted by the french revolution? spain sold louisiana to the united states in order to raise revenue for an imminent war with france. spain returned control of louisiana to france in order to avoid a war along their border in europe. the governor of louisiana expelled some french residents and called out the militia to prevent a similar uprising. new orleans was briefly taken over by french residents proclaiming the principles of the revolution.
when a country suffers, for example, a drought period, the market product is affected for a low offer, in this case, potatoes; the government has to tax to the households, which have to give more money for the potatoes which they consume, that situation make them consume substitute goods even through loans, it could increase the financial market movement and the inflationary phenomena, the business has to increase salaries in order to the employees could buy a more expensive food (potatoes) and in order to inflation tha business had to buy expensive supplies in the factor market, while the rest of the world have to gain more money to consume the same amount of potatoes.
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the federal constitution of the united mexican states of 1824 was enacted on october 4 of 1824, after the overthrow of the mexican empire of agustin de iturbide. in the new constitution, the republic took the name of of united mexican states. it was replaced by the federal constitution of the united mexican states in 1857.
not really a history or a question at all.
maybe this isn't the best place to ask this, maybe a social media platform like twitter or instagram? -austin