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Date Created: 10/15/15
928 VI VII Federalists Hamilton loose interpretation of Constitution mixed economy citizenship based on selfinterest order over liberty proBritish stance in foreign relations favor strong central government support Hamiltion s program opposed French Rev drew strongest support from New England DemocraticRepublicans Madison amp Jefferson strict interpretation agricultural economy citizenship based on virtue liberty over order profrench favor limiting the role of national gov t oppose Hamilton s program general support French Rev drew strongest support from South West Characteristics of 1st Party System 1790318203 everyone was antiparty there were few elected offices it was relatively shortlived Chauncey Jerome s Brass Clock symbolizes wealth change in society disposable incomeagriculture dominated by industry and commerce How Does Market Revolution Change Peoples lives people together who weren t previously involved changes their relationships to markets as follows internal trademore important than national trade society is commercialized agriculture is commercialized as factories and industry grow in the North there is a shift to using wage labor subsistence just enough food to survive Catalysts for the Market Revolution war of 1812 proved that America had to industrialize a new generation of politicians that was ready and willing to promote industry and foster economic development Transportation Revolution roads canals steamboats railroads national road 930 Key Words and Concepts Louisiana Purchase War of 1812 Market Revolution Growth of commercial republic subsistence vs commercial agriculture transportation revolution Erie Canal Monroe Doctrine Commercialization of Western Agriculture Growing regional specialization VI Growing Regional Specialization south rural New England rural New England urban Northwest West Boom bust economy of 19th century panic 1819 panic 1937 changing meaning of manufacturing factory system avg person drank an avg of 80 bottles of whiskey per year Significant changeexpansion of slavery on industrial scale Americans aren t able to cope w changes Interlocking Regions that emerge during Market Rev south cotton northwest rural dairy cattle truck farming northwest urban manufactured goods fin services northwest grain and livestock west fur trade cotton production increases slavery increases sold to meet labor demands Cotton Advantages in South heavily based on technological advantages eli whitney revolutionized cotton economy of South making it simpler and more economical less people to do what technology does more people free to do other stuff Impact of the Market and Transportation Revolutions fostered growth of Northeastern cities promoted commercialized of Western agriculture improvements promoted geographic mobility promoted regional specialization no incentive to improve northern soldiers don t see how southerners work 2 Basic Development Stages of Factory System North concentrated capital investment putting out system 1790 one person w and goods puts raw material out to lines to be turned into manufactured goods usually done in homes intermediate step between straight home manufacturersfull blown factories factory system 1815later factories w machines tended by labored everything under 1 root
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