Hamiltonian economic program

Hamiltonian economic program

The Hamiltonian economic program was the set of measures that were proposed by American Founding Father and 1st Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton in three notable reports and implemented by Congress during George Washington's first administration.

* First Report on Public Credit -pertaining to the assumption of federal and state debts and finance of the United States government.
* Second Report on Public Credit -pertaining to the establishment of a National Bank.
* Report on Manufactures -pertaining to the policies to be followed to encourage manufacturing and industry within the United States.

Related articles:
* American System (economic plan), for the plan of Henry Clay rooted in the ideas of the three Reports.
* American School, for the Hamiltonian American School of economics practiced by the United States from 1790s-1970s rooted in the three Reports.

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