Land is always appreciating in price meaning everyone should be careful when being engaged in this trade. During later stages, most nations were not developed and there were frequent disagreements on properties. Few nations had rules or constitution which governed people. Land had no value during the seventeenth century when colonialism was rampant everywhere. Most of the developed nations today, acquired wealth from other weak nations.
The French were not that weak during that time especially due to their involvement in wars. The purchase is one of the worst treaties that France has been involved in, according to current reviews. During the colonial period, lands were mostly used for settlement purposes. This was because business had not yet grown to a better level and the innovations had not been made to spearhead the growth. The French got their eyes on the Indian war, failing to have a clear concept of their future.
The United States of America acquired half of its land from the French who were stronger by that time. Unfair payments happen, and this is what keeps the nation regretting. Nations with a good and large land area have a high chance of accommodating a growing population. France did not consider the future of people and nation while engaging in this purchase.
If France now could have had an area of possession near Mississippi then they would have set up a port. It gets hard for them to trade within the area because owners have restrictions on their land. Land prices have greatly hiked since then, acquiring the repurchase of it is difficult since Americans recognize the quality of the land. The United States of America remains the first world country due to their earlier deals performed which were a breakthrough in economic growth. Although peace treaties were signed, France’s involvement in purchasing territory was a huge mistake which leaves a sense of regret in daily lifestyle.
The key thing that is affecting France is the analysis which predicts the value of land to rise exponentially. Exponential rise in value makes it more advantageous to US people. It was the wrong choice for leaders to get involved in that purchase based on war that had a poor strategy. Regrets are evident in everyday life, especially for land that was genuinely sold unfairly. They feel inferior to the United States of America after losing a desirable asset. A reasonable number of treaties have been signed between the two governments to cater for the poor deal.