DoC 1 week 2 notes

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Doc 1 Week 2 notes. Common Culture: Ancestors: Biological: most don’t have a biological ancestry Political: some common elements of political ancestry Economic: Founding fathers goals/American Character The United States invested in public education and thus it develops a skill to dissenmate a common identity. 18 th century liberalist, radical doctrine. The idea of founding fathers were conservative. Socialist state, born into a caste never be able to move up. Materialism. The idea you can change your fortune. They want a end to government impument Fifth amendment prevented torture/harassment from the government enforcement. Did not want a established church. Mobility. Up until the late 19 th century, world’s population identity were local instead of nationals. Americans however ran everywhere. Liberalism is absolutely not compatible with Racism. Major part of American thinking comes from 18 th century liberalism Economic growth/oppurtunities 1. Between 1850-1860 US probably faced the fastest growing economy in the
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