Prepare the United States for war in the event Britain failed to vacate its posts in the Northwest
Provide a platform for the fledgling Federalist Party’s 1792 campaign
Establish the financial stability and credit of the new government
Ensure northern dominance over the southern states in order to abolish slavery
Win broad political support for his own candidacy for the presidency in 1792
Accepting women as intellectual equals of men
Idealizing the home as a haven in a competitive world
Designating the home as the appropriate place for a woman
Emphasizing childrearing as a prime duty of a woman
Establishing a moral climate in the home
Freedom of the seas
Freedom of speech
The instituion of slavery
Presidential power in foreign affairs
There were more Black people than White people in the antebellum South.
Most southern families held slaves
Most southern families lived in rural areas.
The southern population was much smaller than that of the North.
Slaveholders were an extremely powerful group.
The traditions of western European culture
The absence of a feudal aristocracy
Black people and Black slavery
The conflict between capitalists and workers
The existence of cheap unsettled land
Rising commodity prices
High interest charges
High freight rates
High storage costs
Large middleman profits
Prohibited United States intervention in the Caribbean.
Warned against European seizure of the Panama Canal.
Sought to end the wave of nationalization of American-owned property in the Caribbean.
Declared the United States to be the “policeman” of the Western Hemisphere.
Provided United States military support for democratic revolutions in Latin America.