On January 1, year 1, Miller Corporation promises to “unconditionally” transfer a building that cost $100,000 (appraised recently at $300,000) to Valerie Company on January 1, year 2 for a boat she bought for $250,000. As of December 31, year 2, Miller still has not transferred title to the building, although it received title to the boat. How should Valerie and Miller record these transactions?
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Nationalism drove the expansion westward, and in turn, allowed sectionalist sentiment to take strong roots in America during the 19th century. Jefferson’s acquisition of the Louisiana territory was an act born of idea that Americans had the divine right to claim the continent as their own – a nationalist sentiment that divided the nation. Document A demonstrates that the nation was split between Federalists. William Plumer’s words illustrate the “us versus them” nature of this territorial struggle for power. This nature continued into the 1830s and 40s with policy such as the Tariff of Abominations and the The Wilmot Proviso. These divisions in regards to federal policy have been evident since the birth of the nation. The war of 1812 is an another early example of how voters began to take specific stances in correlation to where they lived. Document B shows strong opposition to the war of 1812 by federalist controlled areas such as New England, who relied on England in a greater degree than the South and West, who wished to deal with the issue of the Native Americans and Europeans on the frontier. This division of votes is something that will be seen again and again in the early to mid 19th century.>GET ANSWER