21. Which of these factors was the critical stimulus for the growth of domestic American markets in the first half of the nineteenth century?
An increase in the number of large factories
Better transportation networks
The national bank’s loan policy
The national government’s economic subsidies
22. The transformation that occurred as American factories and farms turned out more goods, and merchants and legislators created faster and cheaper ways to get those products to consumers, was known as which of the following?
The Market Revolution
The Consumer Revolution
The Technological Revolution
The Economic Revolution
23. Why did Congress approve funds for the construction of the National Road in 1806?