The Market Revolution: Early In The Nineteenth Century

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The Market Revolution was a time period early in the nineteenth century to describe the expansion of the marketplace. This was prompted by new roads and canals that were connected to communities far away for the first time. This market revolution was sparked by the success of the Erie Canal which in turn made people build more and more transportation. The Market Revolution also describes the transition from subsistence farming to commercial farming. This revolution also lead to the success of a few that knew how to work the market putting small time business men out of work. There were many factors that led to the Market Revolution. The first being the Embargo Act of 1807. This is where we stopped trading with the world and had to start creating
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