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The Evolution of American Citizenship

Should Louisiana and its inhabitants have been admitted into the United States on an equal footing with the original states of the Union? Why or why not?

Louisiana is a part of the United States, and its inhabitants were citizens of the USA at that time, so they should be considered on equal footing with the other states because everyone is equal in the United States. America is a great nation and has the capability to accept foreigners as well as the people living in the states that are connected to the United States. The case of Louisiana could be understood in a way that America has gained a lot of advantages by the addition of this state to the country. The USA must include this new state in its union for a number of reasons.

In the question of whether Louisiana and its residents should be considered as part of the United States Union or not, there are many controversial points of view all over the world. Even though the people would be a problem because of the language barrier, it could still be resolved by their schooling. The area is rich in other positive factors, including natural resources and economic strength. The people of Louisiana had different customs and rules according to their tribes, but after the purchase, it must be considered as an equal part of the United States. Secretary of State James Madison’s instructions to the American negotiators were to consider this state as equal to the other states without any unnecessary delays[1]. The federal principles were a little complex, which was why the French people were to be discussed, and after that, it was decided to announce Louisiana as a citizen, providing them all state privileges possible.

In conclusion, it can be finalized that the newly brought state should be included in the United States Union as it is now property and under USA influence. It would help in the definite growth of the nation in every aspect, including economy, culture, diversity, and language as well.

End Notes

Wheeler, William Bruce, and Lorri Glover. Discovering the American Past: A Look at the Evidence, Volume II: Since 1865. Vol. 2. Nelson Education, 2015.

Wheeler, William Bruce, and Lorri Glover. Discovering the American Past: A Look at the Evidence, Volume II: Since 1865. Vol. 2. Nelson Education, 2015.

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