Post Tagged with: "Mathew Carey"

A naval battle in the War of 1812.

Economic Nationalism and the War of 1812

(The following article was published on January 29, 2020 on TransAtlantico, an Italian news and analysis online service on economics and geopolitical issues. It is reprinted with permission by the author.) Economic Nationalism and the War of 1812 by Andrew Spannaus* Essay originally published in War Hawks. Gli Stati Uniti e […]

by January 30, 2020 History, Manufacturing
The Tom Thumb, the B&O Railroads premier engine. Rail was an industry Mathew Carey promoted.

Mathew Carey Revived Hamiltonian Economics

By Nancy Spannaus June 19, 2019—The seminal role of Mathew Carey (1760-1839) in promoting and advancing the American System of political economy is a long and important story, mostly obscured in the United States. In this post, I concentrate on re-introducing him, with emphasis on one crucial aspect which is […]

by June 20, 2019 Commentary, History
The Fourth of July: Winning the Freedom to Build a Nation

The Fourth of July: Winning the Freedom to Build a Nation

July 2—With the bold act of defiance against the British Crown that was the Declaration of Independence, the United States of America was born in July 1776. That Declaration concludes: “We, therefore, the representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress, assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of […]

by July 3, 2017 Infrastructure