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YourLastName 1YourFirstName YourLastNameInstructor's NameCourse Title11 May 2018Any Topic (Writer's Choice)ECONOMY AND POLITICSEconomic Change. Explain how you see America's economy changing from the1840s-1870s. How were economic changes related to political and social conflicts of theera? You might also discuss the role of international trade and technological innovationin this era.
YourLastName 2entrepreneurial was limited at that time.in the 1860s the most basic commodities wereprioritized, meal and flour industries become the largest. The cotton products, leather, andshoes also followed. This economic change had a very close connection with economic andpolitical social conflicts. We cannot do research about the economy of any country by lookinginto the Market alone. There are other key factors that determine the majorly the economy ofany state. Politics lay very strong and promising foundations towards the growth of anyeconomy. There were so many political adjustments that facilitated the growth of theeconomy at this time, Roosevelt was at this time serving his 3rd term, he speedily organizedand brought up a very strong military, this was meant to silence the threats imposed byEurope and East Asia. The citizens were hence seen to have peace of mind and thiscontributed to economic growth. However, the Second World War was shortly declared. Thiswas another heavy blow to the economy. For any economy to progress, political stability isalways key. When people live in harmony without any fear, they are able to venture intobusiness confidently. A politically stable state will also attract foreign investment (Cole, et al2018).US/Mexico. Discuss the relationship between these countries in the 1820s-1840s. Was war inevitable? Discuss the impact of the conflict on the West as well as thenation as a whole.

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World War II, American Civil War, Southern United States

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