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The term negotiation has been defined as a formal process that occurs when parties are trying to find a mutually acceptable solution to a complex conflict People and parties throughout time have come to negotiate for two basic reasons First they negotiate to create something new that neither party could do on his own Second parties negotiate to resolve a problem or dispute between the parties Although history lends itself to be more susceptible to the latter of the two the former reason should and will be given some consideration American history has encountered countless arenas for negotiation From the founding of new constitutions and governments to the ending of world wars America has had to compromise repeatedly to establish itself as a superpower At the top of this bargaining hierarchy is the President of the United States The actions of this office have implemented policy in all times of dispute Different presidents have pursued this task in different ways Some have elected bodies of peace commissioners in which they could voice their opinions through On the other hand a few presidents have acted strictly on their own behalf concerning times of dispute Consequently the results have varied So it must be asked what method has proven to be most effective An analysis of several major American wars and their respective peacetime results supports the view that those who elect negotiating bodies and communicate through them have been more effective in achieving their goalsThe first war to be looked at is referred to as Mr Madisons war or the War of 1812 Before the war commenced James Madison wanted to end impressment gain Canada and secure the repeal of the Orders-in-Council In June of 1812 Britain repealed the Orders-in-Council thereby accomplishing half of Madisons war aims with no shots yet fired But as shots began firing Americas position was dwindling By this time with one attempt to invade Canada having ended in total defeat and
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