Political Soc 6 - Power and History

Political Soc 6 - Power and History - The Economic I nter...

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Unformatted text preview: The Economic I nter ests of the Founding Father s M ajor Owner s of U.S. Bonds M inor Owner s of U.S. Bonds Baldwin Langdon Bassett L. M ar tin Blair Lansing Blount M ason Clymer Livingston Br ear ley M er cer Dayton M cClur g Br oom M ifflin Ellswor th R. M or r isButler Read FitzSimons C. C. Pinckney Car r oll Spaight Ger r y C. Pinckney Few Wilson Gilman Randolph H amilton Wythe Gor ham Sher man Jenifer Str ong Johnson Washington Real Estate and Land Speculation Lending and Banking I nvestments Blount Bassett Johnson Dayton Br oom King Few Butler Langdon FitzSimons Car r oll M cH enr y Fr anklin Clymer M anson Ger r y Davie C. C. Pinckney Gor ham Dickinson C. Pinckney H amilton Ellswor th Randolph M ason Few Read M anufactur ing and Shipping I nter ests Plantations and Slaveholdings Br oom Butler Clymer Davie Ellswor th Jenifer FitzSimons A. M ar tin Ger r y L. M ar tin King M ason Langdon M er cer M cH enr y C. C. Pinckney M ifflin C. Pinckney G. M or r is Randolph R. M or r is Read Rutledge Spaight Washington The Racism of the Founding Father s Ar ticle 1, Section 2.3 of the Constitution All slaves would be counted as 3/5 of a per son: “Repr esentatives and dir ect taxes shall be appor tioned among the sever al States which may be included within this Union, accor ding to their r espective number s, which shall be deter mined by adding to the Ar ticle 1, Section 9.1 of the Constitution Pr ovides for continued impor tation of slaves until 1808: “The M igr ation or impor tation of such Per sons as any of the States now existing shall think pr oper to admit, shall not be pr ohibited by the Congr ess pr ior to the Year one thousand eight hundr ed and eight, Ar ticle 1, Section 9.4 of the ConstitutionAr ticle 1, Section 9....
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