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1) The Embargo Act of 1807, however, supposedly halted this period of growth and prosperity.
4) An examination of these data, (never previously utilized for this purpose) motivated by a theoretical model of money, banking, and financial markets, can contribute to the long-standing discussion of the effects of the Embargo Act of 1807 upon the economy of the United States.
When the Embargo Act of 1807 prevented trade with England during the Napoleonic War, the American textile industry burned with "cotton fever," and the Whitin Mill spun cotton sent up from the South, said Mr.