Sukmynuts Essay

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Chapter 9
The Market Revolution

51. Complaint of a Lowell Factory Worker

1. The female factory worker compared her conditions with those of slaves because she felt like they were being treated like slaves by not being allowed to speak for themselves. She felt that they were awed into silence by wealth and power and was under tyranny and cruel oppression

2. She doubt the sincerity of the Christian beliefs of the factory owners because they talk benevolence in the parlor, compel their help to labor for a mean and paltry pittance in the kitchen. They manifest great concern for souls of the heathen in distant lands and care for nobody else besides their own.

52. Immigrants Arriving in New York City

1. The tone the
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58. John Quincy Adams on the Role of the National Government

1. President Adams believes that the federal government should promote sciences and arts because it will have internal improvements. It will help the government by exploring different lands and benefit the military.

2. President Adams meant by his remark “liberty is power” is that he predicted the United States would be the freest nation on ear and also the mightiest.

59. John C. Calhoun, the Concurrent Majority

1. Calhoun distinguish between the “numerical” and “concurrent” majorities is that “numerical” considers the whole community as a unit and “concurrent” regards interests as well as numbers.

2. The type of Americans that would most likely to object Calhoun’s proposed constitutional system is the rich and wealthy.

60. Chief Sharitarish on Changes in Indian Life

1. It affected the way of Indian life by causing destruction in their game. They would kill buffalo for their skins and feeding the flesh to wolves and make the children cry over their bones.

2. Sharitarish’s aspiration for his people is that to keep the traditions they have alive. He wishes to have traditions preserved and to have it reflect on the times that are now in the past.

61. Appeal of the Cherokee Nation

1. The reason the Cherokee give for rejecting