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" The prosperity of commerce is now perceived and acknowledged by all enlightened statesmen to be the most useful as well as the most productive source of national wealth, and has accordingly become a primary object of their political cares. "
The American Review of History and Politics, and General Repository of ... - Página 239
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Liberty, Property, and the Foundations of the American Constitution

Ellen Frankel Paul, Howard Dickman - 1989 - 181 páginas
...no less and no more productive than agriculture.13 In contrast, Hamilton asserted that commerce is "the most useful as well as the most productive source of national wealth." Moreover, Hamilton lauded commerce partly for "promoting the introduction and circulation of the precious...
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New York in the Age of the Constitution, 1775-1800

Paul A. Gilje, William Pencak - 1992 - 203 páginas
...nations.93 In Federalist No. 12 he explained that "commerce [is] . . . now perceived and acknowledged by all enlightened statesmen to be the most useful as...as the most productive source of national wealth." Commerce promoted circulation of goods and precious metals, and "in proportion as commerce has flourished,...
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The Effective Republic: Administration and Constitution in the Thought of ...

Harvey Flaumenhaft - 1992 - 314 páginas
...object of their political cares" for "all enlightened statesmen," who "now" perceive and acknowledge it to be "the most useful as well as the most productive source of national wealth." By multiplying the means of gratification and by promoting the introduction and circulation of the...
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South Africa's Crisis of Constitutional Democracy: Can the U.S. Constitution ...

Robert A. Licht, Bertus De Villiers - 1994 - 261 páginas
...at the beginning of Federalist 12: The prosperity of commerce is now perceived and acknowledged by all enlightened statesmen to be the most useful as...human avarice and enterprise, it serves to vivify all the channels of industry and to make them flow with greater activity and copiousness. The assiduous...
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The Essential Federalist: A New Reading of the Federalist Papers

James Madison - 1998 - 183 páginas
...from a unity of government. (No. 1 1) THE PROSPERITY of commerce is now perceived and acknowledged by all enlightened statesmen to be the most useful as...introduction and circulation of the precious metals and those darling objects of human avarice and enterprise, it serves to vivify and invigorate the channels...
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Who Speaks for America?: Why Democracy Matters in Foreign Policy

Eric Alterman - 1998 - 244 páginas
...Hamilton, rather than Paine or Adams, became the truest prophet of capitalist America. He believed commerce to be "the most useful as well as the most productive source of national wealth."26 A commitment to free trade, a philosophical bedrock of classical liberalism, overpowered...
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The Essential Civil Society Reader: Classic Essays in the American Civil ...

Don E. Eberly - 2000 - 414 páginas
...whose protection was the first object of government. By "multiplying the means of gratification" and "promoting the introduction and circulation of the...darling objects of human avarice and enterprise," as Hamilton put it in Federalist 12, government would ensure that the lives of its citizens were animated...
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The Simple Life: Plain Living and High Thinking in American Culture

David E. Shi - 2001 - 332 páginas
...be feared as destructive of public virtue but rather should be embraced for its political utility: "By multiplying the means of gratification, by promoting...human avarice and enterprise, it serves to vivify all the channels of industry and to make them flow with greater activity and copiousness." Hamilton...
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Making Patriots

Walter Berns - 2002 - 164 páginas
...pleasing reward of their toils," and this could be done "by multiplying the means of gratification [and] promoting the introduction and circulation of the...those darling objects of human avarice and enterprise" (Federalist 12). Not for him was an agrarian society modeled (as Jefferson's could have been) on Jean-Jacques...
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The Essential Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers

David Wootton - 392 páginas
...the subject of our present inquiry. The prosperity of commerce is now perceived and acknowledged, by all enlightened statesmen, to be the most useful as...accordingly become a primary object of their political cares.44 By multiplying the means of gratification, by promoting the introduction and circulation of...
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