19 December, 2021

Jefferson on Agriculture as the Best Base for Society

Posted by Socrates in America, American cities, American culture, American history, city folks, city life vs. country life, farming, Thomas Jefferson at 10:54 am | Permanent Link

Screw the cities. Let’s go back to the farms! What’ya say?

America used to be an agrarian society. Nearly everything was farm-related. Today? It’s just the opposite. Everything is city-related. Steel and concrete. Money. Jews. Corruption. Bribery. Hookers.

“The British wanted their North American colonies to remain their suppliers and not a competition. Thus the US remained mainly an agrarian society.”

“In 1800, England had only 36 percent of its population engaged in agriculture, while the American Republic had between 75 to 90 percent. Even in Delaware River Valley and New England, up to 70 percent of the people were still farmers.”


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