Why Did Jeffersonian World View To Disappear

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I believe that there were several things that cause the Jeffersonian world view to disappear , thus prompting the shift toward an economy based on commerce, manufacturing, and large scale agricultural endeavors were almost inevitable due to a change in the national government, the purchase of more land and territories, and the need to make the new America grow and continue to prosper. Even in America as we know it now, change has to happen. Sometimes for the good and sometimes for bad. There will alway be one group of people who will either be left out of weeded out due to change. First of all, the need to make America grow and continue to prosper shifted the need to more than just farming. Even the world as we see it today, change is …show more content…

Shortly after Jefferson became became president, things began to change. More people began to migrate to America causing the need to acquire more land. With this need came Great Louisiana Purchase. After this purchase, this was what sparked the need for change in order to keep up with supply and demand causing the yoeman farmers to compete with commerce, manufacturing jobs, and large scale agricultural endeavors. Prior to this purchase, he fully supported he yoeman farmers, he did what he could extinguish many of the things sent in place by the Federalist. (2). Over the course of his two terms as president—he was reelected in 1804—Jefferson reversed the policies of the Federalist Party by turning away from urban commercial development. Instead, he promoted agriculture through the sale of western public lands in small and affordable lots. Even as Madison left office, it seemed that he was brought in to clean up the mess that Jefferson had made when he tried to regulate things himself by placing embargoes in with other countries. (3). Madison inherited Jefferson’s foreign policy issues involving Britain and …show more content…

Although Jefferson had a plan use to the Mississippi River as a means to transport goods and help with trading. There was still a greater need for trade with other countries. His main goal was to maintain power over trade and continue to control everything from taxes, trading and many other things. (5). Weakness and inefficiency were a price Americans were willing to pay to guard against tyranny. Even with the entangled relationship between Britain and Frances. (6). Though Jefferson wanted to avoid what he called “entangling alliances,” staying neutral proved

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