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It is an important contribution to early American economic history and provides an interesting and far-reaching perspective on the significance of the first major financial crisis and recession of early Republic. Haulman?s analysis here relies upon an examination of factors such as agricultural prices and wages, land values, business licenses issued, and fluctuations in the number of retail and wholesale merchant partnerships. Yet, the boom turned into a big bust by mid-1819: a phenomenon explained in various ways by specialists in the context of other similar economic crises in American history.

Following the end of the Napoleonic Wars, the American economy, and especially Virginia's, was boosted by booming agricultural exports and transatlantic trade, which in turn lead to intense land speculation westwards. Finally, the book concludes (chapter 7) with a sweeping essay that utilizes the Virginia experience to demonstrate the Panic?s powerful legacy for the early American republic. Focusing on the Commonwealth of Virginia, Haulman analyzes the economic conditions which contributed to the boom, the pressures which caused the Panic, the characteristics of the ensuing depression and its impacts on Virginia and the nation.

Virginia and the Panic of 1819: The First Great Depression and the Commonwealth (Financial History) The Panic of 1819 was America's first experience of the boom-bust cycle and the subsequent depression was one of the most dramatic economic crises experienced by the US during the nineteenth century. The book?s first two chapters provide a summary of the post-War of 1812 American economy and a broad overview of the Panic. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. An important component to the book is a long analysis of Virginia?s poor relief efforts that took place in the years of the Panic and ensuing depression (chapter six).

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    Virginia and the Panic of 1819: The First Great Depression and the Commonwealth (Financial History), Clyde A. Haulman

    The concluding chapter ties the Panic to the ultimate demise of the SBUS in the 1830s, and emphasizes how it sharpened both hard money and soft money ideologies that persisted through the first half of the nineteenth century. Boosted by easy credit from state banks and the newly created Second Bank of the United States, the boom came to an end as foreign markets dried up, prices fell and credit was withdrawn. Haulman?s narrative addresses the role of the SBUS in the third chapter, where he argues that the national bank was pivotal in both the post-war boom (1816-18), panic and recession (1818-23). In Haulman?s view, the Panic?s popular impact helped create the political conditions that energized the states? rights approach to slavery issues and criticism of government finance beholden to private interests. This regional analysis provides an interesting juxtaposition to other financial analyses of the Panic, in which speculative western banks are often placed at the center of the crisis.

    Finally, it directly fed the economic and democratic populism of the Jacksonian years (and Andrew Jackson himself) by bringing into question the financial policies of the Republican establishment represented by the presidencies of Virginians James Madison and James Monroe. Indeed, Virginia developed an extensive relief network in these years, and rose above states such as New York and Rhode Island in its legal framework for support to both ?poorhouses? and ?outdoor relief? (for paupers not residing in poorhouses). It is an important contribution to early American economic history and provides an interesting and far-reaching perspective on the significance of the first major financial crisis and recession of early Republic. Moreover, the financial crisis and ?Great Recession? of 2007-09 necessitate a greater understanding of historical declines and recoveries, making Haulman?s book timely.

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