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Entrepreneurs and inventors: the cultures of enterprise How the Americans got rich by not stressing the animals or other humans and giving human rights. Hamiltionals and Jeffersonians, the most influential people in George Washington’s cabinet 19 th century, the Virginian dynasty Madison, Jefferson, Monroe The view of new Orleans taken from the “plantation of marigny” it shows how the states developed in the US Acquired Louisiana in 1803 even though the constitution forbade it. Citizens were upset but after awhile they were happy that they had gotten it. Government at all levels (federal) played a crucial and constant role in the development of the capitalistic economy that boomed in the new public. Anyone that doesn’t believe this were looked down upon Jefferson promoted agricultural growth and promoted the vast need of labor, caused the need for slaves to go even higher Growth without development might have led to Malthusian crisis, growing poverty and
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2011 for the course BASIC COMP 100 taught by Professor Staples during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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