What were the political and economic effects of the Louisiana Purchase?
It affected our money and land. It affected our people. doubled the size of the United States Caused people to lose rights
What were some economic social and political effects that the industrial revolution has on Great Britain describe at least one economic social and political effect?
there were many effects of the Texas revolution. Such as the economic, political, and social effects. lets start with the economic effects.... 1) Texas was in a lot of debt 2) Sam Houston set aside land for the natives, and for schools, so that adds to the costs 3) reconnecting with other nations the social effects were new cultures arriving from immigrants, and that all i can think of right now (its almost one in…
Some ideas that come to mind as a political scientist: How do you think that the current system has influenced your socio-economic outcome? How does being poor affect their political preferences? How might the psychological or cultural effects of being in a lower socio-economic group affect political representation or social aggregation?
The link between economics and political science is economic policy. These are rules, or regulation, or policies that politicians make concerning the economy. Economic policy is a vast area that range from minimum wage to taxation to banking regulations. They have both political and economics consequences. A large portion of politics is about how government can (or should) influence the economy. The study of these economic effects relate to (a portion of) political science.
To what extent did the American Revolution fundamentally change America In your answer be sure to address the political social and economic effects of the Revolution in the period 1775-1800?
After the American Revolution, Americans, who were now free of British control, began to reevaluate the political, social, and economic effects of the Revolution. America made many changes to the it's government after the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation. They wanted a government as much as they could get from the British Monarch. Overall, America experienced a lot of economic, social, and political change in varying degrees. The ratification of the Constitution…
They were called carpetbaggers, because they put their possessions in suitcases made from what looked like carpets. In reality, they didn't go to look for political and economic opportunities, but to exploit the South. The effects of the carpetbaggers can be seen today in the lower wage scales typical of the South.
Farmers formed cooperatives, interest groups, and political parties to protest their declining fortunes and to increase their political and economic power. The Farmers' Alliance was an organized agrarian economic movement amongst U.S. farmers that flourished in the 1880s. One of its goals was to end the adverse effects of the crop-lien system on farmers after the Civil War. As an economic movement, the Alliance had very limited and a short term success.