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What were the negative aspects of the new market economy? What were the positive aspects of the new market economy? How did the creation of a single market economy shape American values and the economy of today?

This is what I have so far.

The negative aspects of the new market economy were that the stability of prices were constantly going up and going down just as quickly. Another negative aspect was that it took some of the sellers a long time to get to their destination and it also took them through dangerous courses.

Some of the positive aspects were that a faster and more efficient way of transportation was implemented. Roads and canals were opening making it easier and much faster to travel.

.... ok what I can't find is more positive aspects and, How did the creation of a single market economy shape American values and the economy of today?

Maybe some suggestions??

  • HIS 215 -

    Sorry that is HIS 115. Sticky keyboard.

  • HIS 215 -

    Which time period does your "new market economy" encompass?

    Your reference to roads and canals implies it's the early 1800s. Right?

    Please post a confirmation about this time period. Then I'll try to help you further.

  • HIS 215 -

    Yes it is, during the time after the War of 1812.

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    Another positive is the population growth which increased sales. With a large country composed of many states, the U.S. citizens felt unified. The Constitution guaranteed equal treatment for all and free trade between the states.

    Perhaps this site will help.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single_market

  • HIS 215 -

    How does this sound??

    The negative aspects of the new market economy were that the stability of prices were constantly going up and going down just as quickly. Another negative aspect was that it took some of the sellers a long time to get to their destination and it also took them through dangerous courses.

    Some of the positive aspects were that a faster and more efficient way of transportation was implemented. Roads and canals were opening making it easier and much faster to travel. Another positive is the population growth which increased sales. With a large country composed of many states, the U.S. citizens felt unified. The Constitution guaranteed equal treatment for all and free trade between the states.

    The creation of a single market in America laid the track for a nationwide rail network that enabled citizens to travel farther and faster than ever before. It built the factories that provided vital building materials for the growing cities. It amassed the capital that underwrote new projects in national transportation, production, and distribution networks. It fostered an economic system that prized ingenuity and efficiency.

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    Looks good! :-)

  • HIS 215 -

    Thank you Ms. Sue, as always you are sooooo helpful. I am gonna start writing my last name so that you can remember me. Jessica is such a common name.

  • HIS 215 -

    Oh! My last name is Fuentes.

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