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The MOST notable effect of the Hartford Convention was
a series of amendments to the Constitution, most notably a mandate that two-thirds of Congress must agree in order to pass a declaration of war.
increased efforts to create a peace delegation to end the war.
nothing, as it was easily ignored and not an official body with any effects on policy.
pushing the US government to try to ally with France to bring about a quicker end to the war.
the demise of the Federalist Party, who were seen as self-serving and unpatriotic.