Alexander Hamilton's Impact On The US From 1492-1929

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We have A ton of people and things that had a great impact on the U.S in the economics, politics and social development from 1492-1929. I believe that the three things that did have the greatest impact was, Alexander Hamilton, 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments and the Civil Rights Act of 1866 had the greatest impact on the us economic, political and social development from 1492-1929. First I will talk about Alexander Hamilton. Alexander Hamilton had the greatest impact on the U.S economic from 1492-1929. He was an influential attorney and in the constitutional convention he played an important role by writing 51 of the 85 federalist powers. The problem that Hamilton was facing was a huge national debt. His plan was to get rid of the old depreciated obligation by borrowing new money at a lower interest rate from the other 13 states. He had three different steps to his plan. His first was paying off all the war debt, second was raising government revenues, and third was creating a national bank. Secondly I will talk about the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments.…show more content…
The 13th amendment made it illegal to have slaves which meant that the slaves were free and wouldn’t have to be abused or work for free. The 14th amendment made all slaves U.S citizens as long as they were born in the U.S. having the slaves be citizens would bring the United States closer together as a whole country. The 15th amendment was that all male U.S citizens could vote no matter your race. This made the U.S come together by voting for people for political roles and not letting only whites vote. Lastly I will talk about the Civil Rights Act of
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