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Chapter 8 Capitalism- private businesses have access to people Commonwealth- a partnership with government and businesses Economic depression- Before the Great Depression, The federal government do not help The federal government do not believe they have the ability to get involved with it New opportunities for farmers; they can export 1890s decrease in agriculture The federal government invest a lot of money into roads, canals, turnpikes, and ways to travel Most in Midwest and Northeast Territory because these are commonly trade and live stock Hub- centralized location Goods for south and northeast go to Midwest to be exported to different places Increase of power in federal government due to this Southerners are not fond of the new power because they believe the government will have too much power and will abolish slavery No transportation in south because they are highly dependent on agriculture
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