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What does American society value?

This system of values consists of three pairs of benefits—individual freedom, equality of opportunity and material wealth (or the American Dream)—and the price people paid to have these benefits—self-reliance, competition, and hard work: Individual freedom and self-reliance. Material wealth and hard work.

How does American culture influence the world?

America has cultural influence in the media because it has a huge market. The United States has a domestic market of over 300 million people in addition to a potential global market of more than two billion English speakers. Personal computers and the World Wide Web also both arose in the U.S. and spread worldwide.

How did American Revolution changed society?

The Revolution opened new markets and new trade relationships. The Americans’ victory also opened the western territories for invasion and settlement, which created new domestic markets. Americans began to create their own manufacturers, no longer content to reply on those in Britain.

Which item has the biggest impact on the new world?

horses

What item from North America had the greatest impact on Europe?

Perhaps the single greatest impact of European colonization on the North American environment was the introduction of disease. Microbes to which native inhabitants had no immunity caused sickness and death everywhere Europeans settled.

What are some negative effects of the Columbian Exchange?

Negatives

  • Diseases were a huge negative impact. Diseases such as small pox and syphyllis were brought to the Americas by the Europeans and wiped out a large amount of the New World’s population.
  • While slavery had a bit of a positive light, it was mostly a negative thing.
  • Wars were also a huge negative impact.

What impact did the exchange have on African slaves?

Economically, the population decrease brought by the Columbian Exchange indirectly caused a drastic labor shortage throughout the Americas, which eventually contributed to the establishment of African slavery on a vast scale in the Americas.