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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Era 6 - The Urbanization and Globalization of America Factors in the American Industrial Revolution Improved Production MethodsNatural Resource SurplusImmigrants Entering the United StatesTranscontinental Railway SystemBanking and Better Communication Systems Bigger and Better BusinessesThe United States Becoming a World Power Labors Response to Industrial Growth Labor forces formed Unions to fight against business owners. They did this to get things like better work hours and better pay.The workers would stop working and protest. Urbanizaton The population started shifting from rural areas to Urban Areas. The population in cities began to climb very quickly and as a result the living conditions became very unsanitary very quickly. Population Changes Due to the massive spike in immigrants moving to America, the population went from 6 million to 44 million during 1860 - 1910 Case Studies of American Industrialism Andrew Carnegie - Owned a major steel industryJ.P. Morgan - Bought Andrew Carnegie's businessJohn D. Rockefeller - Owned 90% of the United States Oil Social Issues During this time many economic, social, political, and moral reforms took place. Women's Suffrage Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform Major Leaders - Susan B. Anthony Elizabeth Cady StantonSeneca Falls Convention - It was held in 1848, and it was the first ever women's rights convention, and it paved the way for national women's rights conventions.19th amendment - the 19th amendment was ratified in 1920 and it gave women the right to vote A problem that a number of people in a society facesThey can affect a person, a group, an organization, a city, a state, a region, or it can even have effects on a national or global scale
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