An agriculture leader should understand why agriculture is important and how to improve and also maintain a good status agriculturally. And Thomas Jefferson held all these qualities. He did what was best for the farmers as well as others in the United States. And by him being a great leader agriculturally, many others in the government kept his ideas in mind. That is what made this country strong, we develop from our past and in effect our country has grown stronger.
Considering these facts, the agricultural revolution can neither be considered completely good or completely bad, but rather both and detrimental to its development. The choice to change to an agricultural society may have actually been the best choice available when considering the conditions that existed at the time of the dramatic change from a primarily hunter-gather society to an agricultural society, it may have been the ... ... middle of paper ... ...ing and developing problem. Any solution would have come with a cost. As the human race continues to evolve, solutions to the problems that result from earlier generation 's choices can be developed. These attempts at combating undesirable consequences are evidenced in developing new ways to grow, store, and transport crops in order to get a varied diet to the masses.
Thomas Jefferson was a Republican. Republicans strongly supported farmers, and they wanted an agrarian nation. An agrarian nation means some changes had to be made in the country. The country needed strong trade with other countries, and they also needed more land to farm on. This led to the Louisiana Purchase.
To stimulate the economic growth in Egypt Nasser envisioned building the Aswan High Dam. This would create an agricultural system that previously did not exist. Nasser also understood that removing the British that currently operated the Suez Canal would also be beneficial economically and unrestricted his ability to influence the people; he served as President. Initially, President Nasser looked to the west for the financing of the dam. The United States was interested, but when Nasser also requested the sale of modern weapons the negotiations abruptly ended (House, n.d.).
So the National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry (Grange) was organized in 1867 by Oliver H. Kelley. According to Document G, manufacturing had become the main economic sector. So, the Grange’s goal was to improve the lives of farmers by organizing them through social, educational, and fraternal activities. To further improve the lives of farmers, the Grangers eventually went into politics. They made Granger Laws to try to make others recognize the principle of public control of private business for the good of all.
The Old World people went to America, the people brought with them their plants, animals, and germs, creating a kind of a habitat to which they were pretty much converted, and so they expanded in variety and quantity. Amerindians had not adjusted to European germs, and so initially their numbers descended. That decrease has altered in our time as Amerindian people have redefined to the Old World’s environmental influence, but the demographic victorious of the aggressors, which was the most amazing part of the Old World’s capture of the New, still stands.
Both Thomas Jefferson Celebrates the virtue of the Yeoman Farmer, 1782 and Alexandre Hamilton Envisions a Developed American Economy 1791 document supports the divisiveness and exclusion of the time period because the Federalist and Democratic-Republicans had different insight on how the country should be governed. The Republican represented by Jefferson, wanted the people to labor and do crafts goods as well. However, the Federalists represented by Hamilton, wanted to do Machinery, increase employment, he promoted emigration and he also spoke about diversity. Hamilton discussed how the wealth of the country can be gained through manufacturing and the importance of agriculture to the economy. Though these notions from both sides were vital it brought about exclusion of the people and forced them to choose a side basically.
They saw the need for a successful American government, and the need to re-write the Articles of the Confederation. Both wanted America to succeed and become a great nation. However, they had different opinions on how the nation should get there and who should be in power. “Hamilton feared anarchy and loved order; Jefferson feared tyranny and loved liberty” (Tindall & Shi, 2010). Jefferson had an agricultural background due to his family.
Jefferson would try to help the common man especially the yeoman farmer as well as reducing the debt the United States had. Jefferson did keep his word to have a “Republican Revolution” by helping the average farmer as he made the Louisiana Purchase. The Louisiana Purchase was a purchase Jefferson made to buy the land from Napoleon because Napoleon being at war saw the land useless to defend. Desperate to get rid of the land, Napoleo... ... middle of paper ... ... his executive power and increased the power of executive branch even though he had original beliefs that the president should not be too strong. Jefferson promising a “Republican Revolution” followed the Federalists path ended increasing debt as well as the power of the executive branch.
Genetically modified crops have many potential advantages regarding the raising of agricultural productivity and reducing the need for pesticides that are known to be bad for the environment. GM (genetically modified) foods are already a large part of the Americans life; however, does the benefit of biotech outweigh the risks? (Cost and Benefits, 2014, pp. 155-170) Clearly, there are pros and cons that can apply to the different countries as deciding factors in the decision of using genetically modified seed or growing genetically foods. In the United States, the issue of safety in such a new under-studied science.