Constitutional Guide to Commerce, Manufacturing, & Free Enterprise
The book contains the foundations of commerce, manufacturing, apportioned taxes, and sound money, which created an abundance of wealth in the United States throughout its 200 plus year history.
America has been the engine of prosperity through the writings of the Founding Fathers who promoted a sound economic philosophy.
The book also contains analysis from Alexander Hamilton’s “Report on the Subject of Manufactures” and “An Inquiry into
the Causes of the Wealth of Nations” written by Adam Smith.
Chapter 1 - Founding Fathers Quotes on Commerce, Manufacturing, & Free Enterprise.
This chapter contains references, quotes, and excerpts about the Constitution and the Founding Fathers’ views on commerce, manufacturing, and free enterprise.
Chapter 2 - Report on the Subject of Manufactures
The “Report on the Subject of Manufactures” detailed the importance of domestic industries, which drives down the cost of production and labor. Domestic manufacturing is an important component for wealth and prosperity of a nation.
Chapter 3 - Paul Revere - Entrepeneur
Paul Revere worked as a silversmith, coppersmith, dentist, and printer. He started new businesses, which included a hardware store and copper industry. Learn more about Paul Revere in this chapter.
Chapter 4 - Adam Smith - The Invisible Hand
Adam Smith was a Scottish philosopher known for his philosophy in free market economics and the "Invisible Hand Theory". His theory justified the selfish pursuit of prosperity by individuals, which provides economic benefits to the community.
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