- War of 1812: new expansion
- Cotton: going to expend west
- Flame State: when Native Americans attempted to fight
- Daws Act: divided the territories the indians like to sue on. The land was subtracted from the formula
- Native American’s moved to Oklahoma
- Cherokee attempted to adapt anything they could
- Explosion over the market vs. slave economy
- Election of Lincoln 1860’s
Your going to have a battle between the elite of the north and the elite of the south
As the economy began to grow, there were small groups of people in the North and South
the people who have wealth in the South represent 7%
we are facing a challenge of building a National Republic
what value do we bring?
what values around gender, color, power and business do we bring
they want to not be like England, they wanted to avoid the notion of someone having the absolute power.
build another country
fear: the colonies make a comparison with the american revolution.
the colonists want a republicanism because they see it as a counter referred to as absolutism. We are moving from absolutism to republicanism.
development of new classes
the queen and king control the mean of production
the new class of people (republicanism) are people who got their money from trade.
the colonists were convinced women, blacks, indians, and the poor did not have a role in republicanism. They began to think of the varieties of the republicanism:
#1) the elite republicanism: the people who were smarter, better educated, the ones who would make the decisions.
#2) economic republicanism: those who could create jobs.
#3) democratic republicanism: goal to be exclusive as possible
is republicanism for whites only? no.
were allowed to be self sufficient
tax resources could be utilized
do the 13 colonies equal one country? no.
women represented self sacrificing disinterested...