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" In Europe the lands are either cultivated, or locked up against the cultivator. Manufacture must therefore be resorted to, of necessity, not of choice, to support the surplus of their people. But we have an immensity of land courting the industry of the... "
America, Its Realities and Resources: Comprising Important Details Connected ... - 第 376 頁
Francis Wyse 著 - 1846 - 494 頁
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Economic Origins of Jeffersonian Democracy

Charles Austin Beard - 1915 - 474 頁
...Manufacture must, therefore, be / resorted to of necessity, not of choice, to support the sur-! plus orTEeif people. But we have an immensity of land courting the industry of the husbaudmaai — Is it bust Lht** — ' that aflour citizens siiould be employed in its improver ment,...
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Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Government Operations

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations - 1976
...cultivator. Manufacture must therefore IH> resorted to of necessity not of choice, to support the surplus of their people. But we have an immensity of land courting the Industry of the husbandman. la It best then that all our citizens should be employed In its improvement, or that one-half should...
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The Legacy of Conquest: The Unbroken Past of the American West

Patricia Nelson Limerick - 1988 - 396 頁
...nation to remain at the happy and virtuous stage of agriculture. In America, Thomas Jefferson said, "we have an immensity of land courting the industry of the husbandman. . . . Those who labor in the earth are the chosen people of God, if ever He had a chosen people, whose...
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Americans and Their Forests: A Historical Geography

Michael Williams - 1992 - 599 頁
...pioneer life expounded similar ideas about the agrarian ideal. In America, Thomas Jefferson wrote, "We have an immensity of land courting the industry of the husbandman." Why, then, turn to manufacturing, especially since "Those who labor in the earth are the chosen people...
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Earthkeeping in the Nineties: Stewardship of Creation

Peter De Vos, Loren Wilkinson, Calvin B. DeWitt - 1991 - 391 頁
...cities for its support. Jefferson's ideal for America was a nation of independent farmers. He wrote: ... we have an immensity of land courting the industry...citizens should be employed in its improvement, or that one half should be called off from that to exercise manufactures and handicraft arts for the other?...
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The Political Economy of the Sherman Act: The First One Hundred Years

E. Thomas Sullivan - 1991 - 344 頁
...survival. This is the meaning of Jefferson's well known paean to the virtues of agrarian independence: [W]e have an immensity of land courting the industry...citizens should be employed in its improvement, or that one half should be called off from that to exercise manufactures and handicraft arts for the other?...
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Jeffersonian Legacies

Merrill D. Peterson - 1993 - 478 頁
...cultivator. Manufacture must therefore be resorted to of necessity not of choice, to support the surplus of their people. But we have an immensity of land courting the industry of the husbandman. . . . Those who labour in the earth are the chosen people. . . . Corruption of morals in the mass of...
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The Republic of Letters: The Correspondence Between Thomas Jefferson ..., 第 1 卷

Thomas Jefferson - 1995
...cultivator. Manufacture must therefore be resorted to of necessity not of choice, to support the surplus of their people. But we have an immensity of land...citizens should be employed in its improvement, or that one half should be called off from that to exercise manufactures and handicraft arts for the other?...
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Jefferson and Madison: Three Conversations from the Founding

Lance Banning - 1995 - 241 頁
...cultivator. Manufacture must therefore be resorted to of necessity not of choice, to support the surplus of their people. But we have an immensity of land...citizens should be employed in its improvement, or that one half should be called off from that to exercise manufactures and handicraft arts for the other?...
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American Iconology: New Approaches to Nineteenth-century Art and Literature

David C. Miller - 1995 - 344 頁
...cultivator. Manufacture must therefore be resorted to of necessity not of choice, to support the surplus of their people. But we have an immensity of land...citizens should be employed in its improvement, or that one half should be called off from that to exercise manufactures and handicraft arts for the other?...
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