In return of taking of land the us built better schools which meant there was better teaching and more successful people making new innovations. Overall I think that imperialism had a positive impact on the world because of easier ship travel, better economy and trade, but also because we spread important pieces of american society like our language and religion. Of course american imperialism had its bumps along the way but they do not compare to the positive impacts it
Why was the baby boom the most defining and significant moment in Canadian history? It enhanced Canada’s economy and changed women’s lives, and resulted in dramatic effects on the social features of the life of all Canadians. The Baby Boom has significantly propelled Canada 's economy. Since, the baby boom era was the largest; Companies focused on their items around the Boomers needs, there are masses of Boomers in Canada and they control about $3 trillion in obtaining force. Roughly 40% of the Canadian population will be more than 50 years of age by 2020.
The Interstate Highway Act of 1956(National and Defense Highways Act) was one of the largest public efforts that had constructed 41,000 miles of the system over a 10 year period.It was a work that had greatly revolutionized the way the world progresses while also enriching the quality of life for almost every American citizen.This event was important enough to remain in the textbook because socially it made traveling more efficient while also allowing citizens to travel to many more places inexpensively,economically because goods were able to be transported more productively which ultimately allowed many companies to lower transportation/production costs and enhance productivity/profits,higher gas prices due to increased production of cars,and
Another big benefit that USA obtained after signing NAFTA was that they stepped up their foreign direct investments. Since NAFTA was signed US direct investment in Canada and Mexico tripled to 450 billion dollars, this also helped boost profits for US businesses by giving them more opportunities to develop, and markets to explore. Even though NAFTA benefited the US extremely, it also gave several disadvantages to their country. For example, many US jobs were lost due to the NAFTA
It has more freshwater than any other state. People come to Quebec each year from more than 100 countries. Helping to give to multicultural character of state and driving the Quebec economy. At over 7.9 million people in Quebec population is almost one quarter of Canada 's total. In recent decades the government of Quebec has pushed its power to help strengthen the unique culture of the state.
We are connected to other parts of the world through all of these factors. These factors are contributing to a more prosperous economy around the world. The extent that globalization contributes to sustainable prosperity for all people, is partially demonstrated.
Immigration, throughout the years, has helped in the making and shaping of the United Stated economic growth. In addition, this problem has arisen from the desire of some foreign nationalists to live and work in a country where they will have a better future for themselves and their family. Although many of the perceptions and fears about new immigrants are rooted to the idea that they are ignorant or that they come to America simply to cause problems in our nation, as well as to become a burden to our government officials, the fact of the matter is that without the brave decisions of so many immigrants America would not be known as the great American melting pot that so many people from around the world dream about becoming a part of each
This was due to the fact that in that time period America was become fully industrialized and every person could be part of something in order to improve the state of the country. In effect the people chasing the “American Dream” were helping the country grow and prosper. Many of the immigrants were thankful for their job and worked to their
Canada has over time been attracting a high number of immigrants each year. This number has also been increasing each year (Reitz, 2005). About 20% of the country’s population is made up of foreigners. Based on the data from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the annual immigration flow of the country is now one of the highest among the OECD members. For example, in the year 2011, the country received some 249,000 new immigrants, which was more than the number it received in 2010 (281,000).
Many employees have proved receptive to absorbing new technology; meaning advancing in technology is working and we should continue. If the citizens in America were guaranteed the same social welfare benefits, there would be less worry of robots “taking jobs.” It is true many human jobs will be eliminated by technology but, the jobs will shift and there are still many jobs robots cannot do. There may be some downfalls in the economy but robots will help us become more efficient in other ways to make more