Economic & Political Conditions

Economic & Political Conditions - Part II. An...

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Part II. An Overview of Economic and Political Conditions by Joe R. Feagin and Clairece B. Feagin, Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, 1996. [PowerPoint Presentation developed by Ron L. Shamwell, Social Sciences, Community College of Philadelphia, 1999.] Immigration, the Economy and Government Mercantilism Plantation-Salve Economy Competitive Industrial Capitalism Multinational Capitalism The Native Americans were the original inhabitants of the land to which the English and subsequent immigrants migrated. The migration occurred in three phases:
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Part II. An Overview of Economic and Political Conditions Phase I: Commercial Capitalism/Slave Society-1600-1865 Immigrant group Time Eco-Conditions Government 1. English 16s-1800s Entrepreneurs Created Land Co. Yeoman Farmers Government Slave Codes 2. Africans 16s-1800s Enslaved Property Slave Codes Plantation Oligarchy System 3. Irish Catholics 1830-1860s Oppression Opens up West Famine Political Machine Point[s]: Colonial society grew up on the east coast of north America Tied to England and the expansionist policies of the elite.
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Part II. An Overview of Economic and Political Conditions Phase I Cont : English merchants and entrepreneurs invested capital in the extraction
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