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Hello
Class and Professor,

The
Market Revolution was a rapid change in the U.S. economy as a result from
technological improvements in the early nineteenth century. There was an
increased circulation of goods and it pulled farmers out of self-sufficient
farming only to benefit acquaintances and the family and instead engaged them
in buying and selling goods, worldwide.

One
effect from the Market Revolution was advances in transportation. The steam
engine was invented and railroads expanded to over 30,000 miles of railroad
tracks in the country.

The
second effect from the Market Revolution was advances in communication. The
telegraph was invented and provided rapid communication between distant points
along the roads or tracks.

A third
effect from the Market Revolution was the spread of freedom, including in the
private realm. Abraham Lincoln described it as the “Race of Life in a Free
Society”. This was also the “era of good feeling” with prices
for goods set by competition on a worldwide basis. The Bill of Rights had
identified a listing of ten public freedoms and rights. But the private sector
was ignored…until the Market Revolution came around.

Other
changes occurring at the time were the Reform movement and the
Democractic-Republicans changes.

One
effect from the Reform Movement was the reform of religion. The Shaker
communities sequestered themselves from the rest of society because they were
celibate.

A
second effect from the Reform Movement was Abolition of Slavery and it was the
largest movement with a large number of white women supporting the cause. The
American Colonization group proposed sending all slaves back to Africa, and
with government assistance established a port in Liberia

A third
effect from the Reform Movement was the Great Awakening. In a thirty-year
period, the number of ministers increased from 2,000 to 40,000, mostly
Protestants. Perfectionalism was sought for members of the community. The Great
Awakening also provided freedoms. However, the members and participants were
free from the temptation of sin because their behavior was regulated. This time
also saw the construction of asylums, mental hospitals, poor houses, and jails.

A first
effect from the Democracy events was the creation of a national bank. Jefferson
strongly opposed this Hamiltonian plan to establish a national bank but
Washington approved it anyway.

A
second effect from the Democracy was the report on manufactures prepared by
Hamilton which proposed tariffs placed on foreign ships entering American
harbors, and government subsidies made available to support American
businesses.

A third
effect from the Democracy was the report on public credit prepared by Hamilton
which planned for the release of government bonds to pay off U.S. debt and
raise the credit rating of the United States.

As a
farmer living in an urban area, I would be for the Market Revolution because it
enabled the creation of personal wealth, and minimized the impact of poor
harvests because shortages would increase demand and raise prices in the
marketplace.

As a
farmer, I would be against the Reform Movement because my own business was my
own business and no one else’s business. I would also be against the
“freedom from sin” campaign. Since I did not have any slaves myself,
I was not outspoken on the Abolition Movement, but did reject it.

As a
farmer, I would be for the Democratic events taking place, including supporting
the creation of a national bank. I also would support the rebuilding of the
U.S. credit rating and firmly support the initiation of tariffs against foreign
ships docking in American harbors and government subsidies made available to
American businesses.

Kris

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