Economic Growth And Industrialization In The Gilded Age

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The Gilded Age consisted of a time of tremendous change in social and economic growth for the United States of America. Americans witnessed a rapid growth in industrialization, urbanization, transcontinental railroad construction, science and technology, and large business corporations. Being that it was the rise of corporate America, many problems arose as well. Thus leading to the Progressive Age, which was an attempt to solve the issues the Gilded Age left behind. The Gilded Age was a period of time between the Civil War and the second industrial revolution, occurring between 1865 and 1914. The United States experienced immense growth and industrialization during the Gilded Age. Companies that could produce a mass amount of products and
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