To guarantee a future for democracy in America, the founding generation wanted to nurture democracy with a republican spirit—egalitarian and dedicated to public welfare. They wanted to enable democracy by encouraging a broad distribution of resources; controlling those under arms; and unification across the diversity of the young immigrant nation. Their primary tools were new systems of education, commerce, finance, law, land, and settlement.
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