Jefferson's View On Economic Growth

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The economy changed as well, due to the revolution, because of the war period there was respect for debt, taxes and agriculture. The direction for the development of economic growth was still a quarrel between the North and the South. A good example for the Northern view point on economic growth is Alexander Hamilton. Alexander advocated for the development of an economy based on industry with a central focus on urban growth. However, Anti-Federalists or, the Southern viewpoint, thought it best to have an agrarian society that contained large slave populations. Although the Republican Party did begin to advocate for agricultural development after Jefferson became president. After the war, America flourished in the sense that it had no more

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