Because even an ordinary group of people can not be organized withoout a leader to guide them. And seems that all these tools can be found in England’s toolbox.They definitely had a good strategy how to approach things. Britain also had financial resources.There was the Virginia Company which was a powerfun organization that would sponsor the colonization and support it. And The third thing:Strong leader! An example od strong leader would be Jamestown’s governor John Smith.
Most of them hoped to become wealthy by finding natural riches like gold. They picked a spot near a wide river and built a settlement. In honor of King James, they called it Jamestown. Unfortunately, the settlers built Jamestown on a marsh. A marsh is a low lying area of wet land that is sometimes unhealthful for people.
The New England colonies were founded for religious freedoms, while the Chesapeake colonies were founded for economic opportunities. In Document F, it is stated that some of the settlers came solely for gold and did not contribute to the community in any way. This document shows how some settlers made the journey to the New World in hopes of finding treasure and getting rich quick. In fact, the Virginia colony was financed by the London Virginia Company. The London Virginia Company, a joint stock company, financed the trip to the New World in hopes of making money off the venture.
The Articles of Confederation were created as a new central government form after the American Revolution. The Articles still consisted of problems, specifically financial ones. Hamilton proposed a plan that would put U.S. finances on a stable foundation. He planned to lower national debt and strengthen the national credit because he believed that "a national debt was a national blessing". However, some people, such as Jefferson and small farmers opposed his ideas, because they believed in states' rights and a strict interpretation of the constitution, which led to the split of two different political parties.
Jamestown settlers were looking for gold and found Chesapeake colonies for economic purposes. Additionally, the vast amount of land available started the cultivation of tobacco and yielded a lot of profit. On the other hand, New England was founded for religious reasons not for economic gain. Many people escaped to New England to escape religious persecution. The two colonies also had economic differences.
This religious association doesn’t stem necessarily from the fact that these were royal colonies because England was ignoring what was going on in these colonies at the time, and they were simply built and operated for business purposes. All of these colonies were established to produce and export cultivation such as rice and tobacco in Virginia and the Carolinas. People who came to these colonies were mainstream Anglican indentured servants who did not come to the new world for religion, but simply for the land and/or money. North Carolina was the product of the split in the earlier colony of Carolina. South Carolina was much more profitable colony while North Carolina was rarely noticed by the crown.
Although both groups had similar purposes for their explorations, they have different goals, the achievements and failures. were more concerned with colonization, debtors and prisoners to get rid of the old world, and to achieve religious freedom. Spanish and English explorers to support the newly settled colonies need to make some sort of revenue.They also harvesting sugarcane, "rich man's crop", investment and although it took hard work and labor, and slaves require a large amount of work, it was still a source of income. They also set up foreign trade. Central and South America had settled in Spanish, the English chose to explore North America.Either find it or steal gold, or by serving as a trading post was established to make money.Tobacco proved to be easy to develop and bring in a great deal of revenue for the colony.
The wealth of the nation was based upon its stocks of gold and silver, rather than on its peoples' living conditions, for example. Thus the accumulation of national wealth was believed to be best achieved by creating as large an excess of exports
The American Dream Ruined The American dream was originally supposed to be prosperity, success, having a family, and being able to provide for that family without worry. Money was acquired through hard work and honesty, but The Great Gatsby presents an entirely different perspective on this dream. One example from the book is the way Gatsby gets his money--through bootlegging. He steped completely out of the guidelines of the American Dream. The American Dream was not meant to be corrupt, but during the 1920s, people like Gatsby used organized crime and other immorally wrong ways to gain their wealth.
Making a Gold Rush: Through the Good Times and the Bad The first two years of the Gold Rush seemed to be California’s miners most lucrative years, whereas I tend to disagree with Rohrbough and his statement that “the Gold Rush…generated a complex and highly competitive economy that conferred advantages on those with capital and luck and that ignored men who possessed neither.” Success is determined with what you choose to do with your earnings and how successful you were, as well as the investments that were made during the first years of the Gold Rush. Luck has nothing to do with the less profitable 49ers, the deteriorating conditions of the placers and areas in which they mined for years after the overwhelming influx of miners and immigrants