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The importance of the Whiskey Rebellion was that
the federal government's heavy-handed response indicated that the new government was extremely unwilling to allow armed insurrections.
state governments moved to expand the franchise to rural people.
state governments moved to give rural areas more representation.
it indicated that people were unwilling to accept the new Constitution and its legitimacy.
it led to the ratification of the Bill of Rights.