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Laissez-faire
Republicans believed that the government should not get involved as much in peoples every day lives. The job of the president was to leave businessman alone-to do his job.
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Tariffs
Republicans believed in import tariffs which made it expensive to import foreign goods.Theses tariffs protected businesses from foreign competition and allowed American companies to grow rapidly.
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Low Taxation
The Republicans kept taxation a low as possible. The Republicans thought that if people kept their own money they would spend it on American good and wealthy people would reinvest it in industries.
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Trust
They allowed the development of trustWilson fought against trust as he thought it was unhealthy. They allowed trust to do what they wanted and they thought it would be good for the USA.
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Economic Boom
USA had a growing population, most US companies had no need to export outside the USA because they had what they needed in the USA.
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Republicans believed in import tariffs which made it expensive to import foreign goods.Theses tariffs protected businesses from foreign competition and allowed American companies to grow rapidly.

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Tariffs

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The Republicans kept taxation a low as possible. The Republicans thought that if people kept their own money they would spend it on American good and wealthy people would reinvest it in industries.

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They allowed the development of trustWilson fought against trust as he thought it was unhealthy. They allowed trust to do what they wanted and they thought it would be good for the USA.

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USA had a growing population, most US companies had no need to export outside the USA because they had what they needed in the USA.

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