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Hamilton's goals for the early United States included A. encouraging the growth of fur trading and paying off all debts with the cash earned. B. avoiding foreign entanglements and political parties. C. encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness. D. encouraging the growth of American agriculture and establishing a powerful system of forts.
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User: Hamilton's goals for the early United States included A. encouraging the growth of fur trading and paying off all debts with the cash earned. B. avoiding foreign entanglements and political parties. C. encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness. D. encouraging the growth of American agriculture and establishing a powerful system of forts.

Weegy: Hamilton's goals for the early United States included: encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness.
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User: What was the result of Jefferson's embargo?

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The result of Jefferson's embargo was American merchants were bankrupted, sailors were put out of work, and farmers were unable to sell their crops.
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