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American cargoes must have same rights/privileges as other cargoes at the harbors at which they are bound obsession with open markets this has made us come to conflict with European powers trying to maintain exclusive trade privileges with colonial empires asia was going to be critical to markets in the future not to be confused with imperialism of jeffersonians (panama canal, Hawaii) in aftermath of WWII, hamiltonians shift towards free trade even more decided that free trade would benefit the American economy even if the other countries failed to open their doors Hamiltonian trade policy has changed in its methods over the centuries, but not through the central idea central idea being that national prosperity through trade regime is responsibility of American govt another interest- open door sporadic but sometimes vital role freedom of seas -> open door -> free flow of money between trading nations implications of this are large involves accepting important restraints on domestic policy can’t borrow excessively/deprecate value of money these implications have been central to Hamiltonian thinking first/second banks in civil war shift in financial power away from Britain meant that US would have to have a bigger role on the international scene Hamiltonians and the pacific Hamiltonians have always been drawn to the pacific after independence, we quickly sent trips to china
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