segunda-feira, 26 de dezembro de 2011
The British America
The climate of social instability that threatened the English monarchy in the late seventeenth century, was crucial to the mass emigration of Englishmen to the lands of the New Continent. This occurred at the time of the Stuarts and introduced himself as a possible solution for both sides.
Since the beginning of colonization, the U.S. territory was divided into the regions of North and South in the south were established production centers for tropical products, monocultures on large estates and slave seeking to export. The northern colonies had an autonomous development, based on the production on small farms, in industries with wage labor and domestic trade.
Capital accumulation occurred within the colony favored the emergence of a local bourgeoisie. With this, the Americans managed to work in foreign trade, the so-called triangular trade. (By: Scribe Valdemir Mota de Menezes)