1: Describe the economic problems facing the farmers in west Massachusetts.
2: Explain some of the ways in which the farmers tried to handle these problems.
3: What was the long term significance of the rebellion? Is rebellion ever justified?
4: What was the long-term importance of Shay's rebellion?
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1. After the American Revolution, the trade routes Massachusetts farmers traditionally maintained with their colonial masters in London were cut. Massachusetts traditionally grew corn, wheat and other crops that no longer had a market. Britain reduced their ability to sell their goods overseas. The new nation had not established a national...
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