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congress supported construction of the transcontinetal railroad by doing what
Weegy: Congress supported construction of the transcontinental railroad with 30-year U.S. government bonds and extensive land grants of government-owned land. (More)
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Weegy: Leaders of the public schools worked together to ensure that they establish a great curriculum for the school. They worked together to ensure that they achieved better learning conditions in school. User: manifest destiny was the belief that? Weegy: Manifest Destiny was the 19th century American belief that the United States (often in the ethnically specific form of the "Anglo-Saxon race")[1] was destined to expand across the continent. [ It was used by Democrats in the 1840s to justify the war with Mexico; the concept was denounced by Whigs, and fell into disuse after the mid-19th century. ] User: how did the militia act affect african americans during the civil war Weegy: Lincoln's Second Confiscation Act and the Militia Act, both of 1862, were significant in building the Northern military, because together they punished rebel slaveholders and encouraged employment of blacks in the Union army. [ These black slaves fought both on the line as soldiers and behind the scenes in labor tasks. ] (More)
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new york city became the nations greatest commercial center because???
Weegy: To my mind the central importance of the Bowne story is not just his contribution to the establishment of religious liberty, but rather the broader point that individual liberty is indivisible. [ Law and order are important, but if they are imposed and enforced in ways that destroy individual initiative and break spirits, they are also destructive. And of course the same thing is true of economic liberty as well. If economic activity is entirely in the hands of monopolies, such as the Dutch West India Company or the British East India Company, companies that answered only to their directors and had absolute control over their finances, resources and markets, enterprise will not flourish. Liberty is not merely a string of discrete beads that includes religious and entrepreneurial freedom; it is rather a single chain whose links are made up of the particular freedoms claimed by and granted to individuals. While liberty must be tempered by respect for established law and by fair-handed universal application, it must also be understood as an expression of human striving that should be nurtured rather than suppressed. It was this broad and abiding concept of liberty that freed merchants and entrepreneurs to innovate and build America, as they did when they inaugurated Black Ball liner service to European ports and steamboat service across the East River and between New York City and Albany. It was not only New York City’s natural endowments that turned it into a hive of commercial enterprise in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The city’s rise to greatness was also a product of free and ambitious individuals who were eagerly making their way in the world in which they found themselves living. Adam Smith understood liberty in these terms, and in The Wealth of Nations he made it a central tenet of his argument for individual enterprise. If you have ever spent time reading around in Smith’s classic, you will know that the English East India Company, a ... (More)
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Unlike Britain, France, and Russia, the United States A. controlled large areas of China. B. wanted to keep trade in China open. C. had no interest in trade with China. D. broke China into distinct spheres of influence.
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Unlike Britain, France, and Russia, the United States wanted to keep trade in China open.
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