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Quarter of a Millennium: The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1731-1981 - Page 308
by Edwin Wolf 2nd, Marie Elena Korey - 1981 - 355 pages
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The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Volume 6

Alexander Hamilton - History - 1962 - 629 pages
...H to prepare "a proper plan or plans ... for the encouragement and promotion of such manufactories as will tend to render the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military supplies" (Journal of the House, I, 141-42). 4. This letter indicates...
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The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Volume 9

Alexander Hamilton - History - 1965 - 599 pages
...this House, a proper plan or plans . . . for the encouragement and promotion of such manufactories as will tend to render the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military supplies" (Journal of the House, I, 141-42). H's "Report on the...
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The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Volume 8

Alexander Hamilton - Biography & Autobiography - 1965 - 626 pages
...in his speech to both Houses of Congress, for the encouragement and promotion of such manufactories as will tend to render the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military supplies" (Journal of the House, I, 141-42). For a similar request...
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The Papers of Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton - History - 1966 - 655 pages
...in his speech to both Houses of Congress, for the encouragement and promotion of such manufactories as will tend to render the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military supplies" (Journal of the House, I, 141-42). apprehended to be;...
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Alexander Hamilton and the Idea of Republican Government

Gerald Stourzh - Political Science - 1970 - 278 pages
...to prepare a report on a plan, or plans "for the encouragement and promotion of such manufactories as will tend to render the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military supplies."137 In the actual Re-port on Manufactures, Hamilton...
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Establishing the New Regime: The Washington Administration

Peter S. Onuf - History - 1991 - 459 pages
...interpretation of the congressional mandate that the secretary of the Treasury prepare a plan for "the promotion of such manufactures as will tend to render...the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military, supplies."* Interpreted literally, this resolution merely called...
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Defining National Security: The Nonmilitary Aspects

Joseph J. Romm - Political Science - 1993 - 122 pages
...policy is an old one. In January 1790, Congress instructed Alexander Hamilton to write a report on "the encouragement and promotion of such manufactures...the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military supplies." Hamilton responded with his Report on Manufactures...
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The Age of Federalism: The Early American Republic, 1788-1800

Stanley Elkins, Eric McKitrick - History - 1995 - 944 pages
...requesting that the Secretary prepare a plan "for the encouragement and promotion of such manufactories as will tend to render the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military supplies." Whether the original suggestion came from Hamilton...
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The Spirit of Capitalism: Nationalism and Economic Growth

Liah Greenfeld - Business & Economics - 2009 - 560 pages
...Hamilton's fundamental mercantilist presuppositions, asked the Secretary of the Treasury to prepare a plan "for the encouragement and promotion of such...States independent of other nations for essentials." In response he presented the body with a program and justification of the nation's industrialization....
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Alexander Hamilton and the Growth of the New Nation

John Chester Miller - Biography & Autobiography - 1964 - 659 pages
...1791. In January, 1791, the House of Representatives requested the Secretary of the Treasury to prepare a plan "for the encouragement and promotion of such...independent of other nations for essentials, particularly for military supplies." As was his settled habit, Hamilton gave the broadest possible interpretation...
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