J Chapter Ten PSDs

J Chapter Ten PSDs - Chapter Ten PSDs: 10-1 #1,2; 10-9...

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Chapter Ten PSDs: 10-1 #1,2; 10-9 #1,2; 10-10 #1,2; 10-11 #1,3 QFT #1 10-1 1) Jefferson reasons that the Americans will be able to leave manufacturing to Europe in that he sees that the only need for industry of that source lies in the excess of population in relation to land availability; Europeans needed to turn to manufacturing in order to sustain their economy and provide for a growing portion of the overall population. Jefferson assumes, of course, that trade will continue to be able to sustain the American nation, and that the American peoples will be content in sending away for all their produced goods while working the land at home, just like everyone else. 2) Jefferson’s belief in the yeoman farmer in relation to the ideal republic is justified with the argument that the society of yeoman farmers is made up of voters on the same economic conditions, to a lesser or greater degree, and at the same time have a vested interest in the overall state of the Union. Jefferson would be opposed to a manufacturing society because that type of
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