Did you know that the Louisiana Purchase cost $15,000,000 in 1803? Today it would cost $1.2 Trillion. ******
Read more about it here from investopedia.com: "The Louisiana Purchase from France in 1803 is another U.S. acquisition that's considered to be one of the largest land deals ever. With a purchase price of just $15 million, the U.S. added some 13 states worth of territories at less than three cents per acre.
But the Louisiana Purchase almost didn't happen for a couple reasons. President Thomas Jefferson was widely criticized for acting above and beyond his constitutional authority, especially given his strict interpretation of the Constitution. Secondly, many Federalists worried that the U.S. was funding a war against Spain by buying from Napoleon.
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