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by David Christy

Free eBook Cotton is king;: Or, The culture of cotton, and its relation to agriculture, manufacturers, and commerce (Reprints of economic classics) download ISBN: 0678008078
Author: David Christy
Publisher: A. M. Kelley; Enlarged 2nd edition (1975)
Language: English
Pages: 298
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by., b. 1802 Topics. Slavery - United States, Cotton growing - United States.

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David Christy Full view - 1855. COTTON IS KING: OR THE CULTURE OF COTTON, AND ITS RELATION TO Agriculture. David Christy Full view - 1855. Page 58 - States, the other portions as well as the cotton-growing, shall remain open and unrestricted in the consumption of British manufactures ; and, on the part of the British manufacturer that, in consideration thereof, he will continue to purchase the. cotton of the South.

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Стр. 58 - States, the other portions as well as the cotton-growing, shall remain open and unrestricted in the consumption of British manufactures ; and, on the part of the British manufacturer that, in consideration thereof, he will continue to purchase the. Встречается в книгах (35) с 1827 по 2006.

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57 - The consequence of the termination of the war of Europe has been, the resumption of European commerce, European navigation, and the extension of European agriculture and European industry, in all its branches

57 - The consequence of the termination of the war of Europe has been, the resumption of European commerce, European navigation, and the extension of European agriculture and European industry, in all its branches. Europe, therefore, has no longer occasion, to any thing like the same extent as that she had during her wars, for American commerce, American navigation, the produce of American industry. Встречается в книгах (41) с 1827 по 2006. Стр. 61 - The gentleman would have us abstain from adopting a policy called for by the interest of the greater and freer part of our population.

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The most carefully worked out example of economic theory presented in defense of slavery marking an intellectual high-point in the pro-slavery argument on the eve of the Civil War. After reviewing the development of the cotton trade, Christy concludes that slavery is the energizing influence of nearly all the industrial interests of America and Great Britain and discusses the relations of free trade to slavery. "His most important work." Dictionary of American Biography