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Alexander Hamilton's financial plan helped to establish the credit of the United States government by



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Alexander Hamilton's financial plan helped to establish the credit of the United States government by

  • Alexander Hamilton's financial plan helped to establish the credit of the United States government by
  • 1. providing for the payment of the nation's debts
  • 2. taxing only the people most able to pay
  • 3. favoring agriculture over industry
  • 4. encouraging spending for national defense

Alexander Hamilton's financial plan helped to establish the credit of the United States government by

  • Alexander Hamilton's financial plan helped to establish the credit of the United States government by
  • 1. providing for the payment of the nation's debts
  • 2. taxing only the people most able to pay
  • 3. favoring agriculture over industry
  • 4. encouraging spending for national defense
  • THE BANK OF THE UNITED STATES was established.
  • CIVIL WAR - Causes + Geographical Differences - North … Economic .. Industrial - South … Economic .. Plantation - West … Statehood
  • CIVIL WAR - Causes + People - Slavery - Abolitionists - Harriet Tubman … Underground RR - Harriet Beecher Stowe … Uncle Tom’s - Frederick Douglas - Sojourner Truth - Pro-Slavery - southern Plantation Owners
  • CIVIL WAR + Decisions - Missouri Compromise … Missouri & Maine - Compromise of 1850 … California, New Mexico, Fugitive Slave Law - Dred Scott Decision - Kansas - Nebraska Act

The Missouri Compromise of 1820 settled conflicts between the North and the South over (1) admission of states to the Union (2) Supreme Court decisions (3) presidential election results (4) voting rights

  • The Missouri Compromise of 1820 settled conflicts between the North and the South over (1) admission of states to the Union (2) Supreme Court decisions (3) presidential election results (4) voting rights

The Missouri Compromise of 1820 settled conflicts between the North and the South over (1) admission of states to the Union (2) Supreme Court decisions (3) presidential election results (4) voting rights

  • The Missouri Compromise of 1820 settled conflicts between the North and the South over (1) admission of states to the Union (2) Supreme Court decisions (3) presidential election results (4) voting rights
  • .. The dividing issue was “slavery”
  • CIVIL WAR + Battles - Initial - Union Army burns/destroys South + Abraham Lincoln - Gettysburg Address - Emancipation Proclamation
  • RECONSTRUCTION + Why ? - Lincoln Plan … 10% people agree - Andrew Johnson Plan … general pardon - African Americans - WEB Dubois … equality now - Booker T. Washington … Tuskegee Inst. - Marcus Garvey … Back to Africa Movement

In their plans for Reconstruction, both President Abraham Lincoln and President Andrew Johnson sought to

  • In their plans for Reconstruction, both President Abraham Lincoln and President Andrew Johnson sought to
  • 1. punish the South for starting the Civil War
  • 2. force the Southern States to pay reparations to the Federal Government
  • 3. allow the Southern States to reenter the nation as quickly as possible
  • 4. establish the Republican Party as the only political party in the South

In their plans for Reconstruction, both President Abraham Lincoln and President Andrew Johnson sought to

  • In their plans for Reconstruction, both President Abraham Lincoln and President Andrew Johnson sought to
  • 1. punish the South for starting the Civil War
  • 2. force the Southern States to pay reparations to the Federal Government
  • 3. allow the Southern States to reenter the nation as quickly as possible
  • 4. establish the Republican Party as the only political party in the South
  • RECONSTRUCTION + Reaction - Economic South …. destroyed … sharecropping … Freedman’s Bureau - KKK - Black Codes / Jim Crow Laws - Plessy v. Ferguson - Amendments: 14th . citizenship 15th . Voting rights
  • The purpose of the Black Codes in the South was to
  • 1. give civil rights to blacks 2. keep blacks in an inferior position
  • 3. return blacks to Africa 4. provide blacks with better jobs
  • The purpose of the Black Codes in the South was to
  • 1. give civil rights to blacks 2. keep blacks in an inferior position
  • 3. return blacks to Africa 4. provide blacks with better jobs
  • LATE 1800s … US Presidents - Andrew Johnson … Impeachment … trumped up political charges … power struggle - Ulysses S. Grant …. Scandals - Rutherford B. Hayes … anti-Spoils System - Grover Cleveland … pro-business
  • GILDED AGE … Big Business - Capitalism … laissez-faire vs socialism - Business Organizations - Monopoly - Trust - Holding Company - International Corporation - Andrew Carnegie - John D. Rockefeller … philanthropist + Social Darwinism

In the late 1800s, the theory of laissez-faire capitalism was used by many industrialists to (1) petition the government for assistance during times of financial crisis (2) oppose colonial expansion in Africa and Asia (3) argue against government regulation of business practices (4) defend limits on the number of immigrants allowed to work in factories

  • In the late 1800s, the theory of laissez-faire capitalism was used by many industrialists to (1) petition the government for assistance during times of financial crisis (2) oppose colonial expansion in Africa and Asia (3) argue against government regulation of business practices (4) defend limits on the number of immigrants allowed to work in factories

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