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Hamiltonian economic program

Alexander Hamilton on the current U.S. $10 bill

The Hamiltonian Economic Program was the set of measures that were proposed by American Founding Father and 1st First Report on Public Credit - pertaining to the assumption of federal and state debts and finance of the United States government. (1790)

  • Second Report on Public Credit - pertaining to the establishment of a National Bank. (1790)
  • Report on Manufactures - pertaining to the policies to be followed to encourage manufacturing and industry within the United States. (1791)
  • See also

    • Federalist Party, Hamilton's political party, which supported his program and pushed most of them through Congress.
    • American School (economics), for the Hamiltonian American School of economics practiced by the United States from 1790s-1970s rooted in the three Reports, based on tariffs which built the American industrial infrastructure.
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