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What kind of internal problems did the United States face after the war? という質問があるのですが、下記の情報をもとに答えを導き出しました。 (英文が長くてすみません)(( )) 後の文章から参考にしました。2段落目だけではわかりづらいと思ったので入れました。関係ないようでしたら、適当に飛ばしていただいて大丈夫です。 ((The intervention of the French with financial and material support tipped the balance and won the war, but as Hamilton had predicted, the Articles were unfit for maintaining the union in peacetime as well as war. The Confederation Congress had, despite its lack of authority to do so, borrowed money, particular from the French, to fight the way, but without the power to tax they could only beg the states to contribute to paying off the war debt, a burden the states preferred to shirk. )) Economic conflicts abounded. Each state coined its own money, hindering the efficiency of trade between them. States put tariffs on each other’s’ goods, further dampening the economic growth many looked for at war’s end. 質問に対する回答なのですが、 (各州は貿易を阻害したり、自国の資金を調達したりした。そのため戦争後は経済成長が鈍化した。) ⇨ Each state hindered trade and raised its own funds. As a result, economic growth has slowed down after the war. でいいでしょうか? 質問文が長くてすみません。 よろしくお願いします。

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>Each state hindered trade and raised its own funds. As a result, economic growth has slowed down after the war. *だいたいよく書けていると思いますが、「自国(自州)の資金を調達した」は不要でしょう。代わりに「硬貨の鋳造や物品の関税」について触れましょう。 ⇒Each state coined its own money, put tariffs on each other’s goods and hindered mutual trade. As a result, economic growth slowed down around the end of war. =各州は、自前の硬貨を鋳造し、お互いの物品に関税を課し、相互の貿易を阻害した。結果として、戦争の終わり頃には経済成長が鈍化した。

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