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24 March, 06:13

Explain the impact of the closing of the frontier and the long-term significance of the frontier for American history.

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  1. 24 March, 07:52
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    If the frontier is closed, the economy of the country will change. There will be the opening of new cities and as a result ecological problems will set in. Since few people will migrate to the west, there will be an increase in the cost of machinery used for farming which will lead to failure. In addition, a lot of immigrants will migrate to the west and they will clog the job market. However, if the wages of factory workers are increased, there will be expansion in the west. Many people have moved to the west since the day of Columbus. The cultures of the native American and Mexican also clashed.

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    If the frontier is closed, the economy of the country will change. There will be the opening of new cities and as a result, ecological problems will set in. Since few people will migrate to the west, there will be an increase in the cost of machinery used for farming which will lead to failure. In addition, a lot of immigrants will migrate to the west and they will clog the job market. However, if the wages of factory workers are increased, there will be an expansion in the west. Many people have moved to the west since the day of Columbus. The cultures of the native American and Mexican also clashed.
  2. 24 March, 07:53
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    Answer: The closing of the frontier changed our country. created new booming cities as well as posing many ecological problems. Although not many actually moved to the west, heavy farming machinery became more expensive for farmers, leading to failure. Also the west invited over many farming immigrants who otherwise would've clogged the slums and job markets, but instead raised some of the factory wages at just the possibility of westward expansion. the west is where we've fled to since the day of Columbus and where our native and Mexican cultures collided.
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