The period of time after the Civil War and before World War I was a period of tremendous change in America. Although immigration is a major tenet of the United States, due to the changing economy, improvements in transportation, a shifting of the American people to the city, and deepening class divisions, industrialization was the most powerful force shaping the country between 1865 and 1914, followed by urbanization, and finally immigration. The most noticeable effects of industrialization are changes to the economy, alterations in the distribution of wealth, and the rise of organized labor. Overall, the growth of industry raised the standard of living for most people. But over the course of the second half of the 19th century, economic
During the 1800s there was a unification of the economy. The Market Revolution caused major changes to America and the economy. More Americans moved to larger cities to find work in factories and warehouses. Urbanization of the North was expanding rapidly, and some cities tripled in size due to the sudden influx of farmers and immigrants.
History has seen many changes throughout its history. Two of these were the Industrial Revolution and New Imperialism, which both heavily impacted the modern world. The changes brought about the modern world some positive than negative situations. During the imperial there were situation that help build the modern world and things that didn’t quit work such ads working on their feet for hours and not taking a break, worker her beaten, however there were positive such as growth in cities and created faster transportation, and created resourceful invention car and or plan. There were positive and negative effect on the new modern world which help create the new government and society.
W.E.B. DuBois says, “ For the American that represents and gloats in lynching, disenfranchisement...in the hateful upturning and mixing of things, we were forced by vindictive fate to fight also… the country of ours, despite all its better souls, have done and dreams are yet a shameful land” (Doc. D). Lynching and violence were common for the black and they had to follow the jim crow law, especially in the south. Most African American worked as domestic laborers because most of the white people thought they don 't need education and a waste of time.
That was bad for the blacks and immigrants also. Many got put off as a direct result of the New Deal’s attempts to give the workers rights. Businessmen had hated the New Deal because it interfered with their businesses and supported workers’ rights. The rich people accused FDR of betraying his class. Henry Ford hired thugs to attack his trade union workers.
Both sides of the Nineteen Twenties Americans living in the 1920’s faced both times of prosperity and hardships. During this time, many companies grew, creating new jobs. Wages were increased and new products were able to be afforded and purchased. Mass consumption which included advertising and new goods like the automobile and radio brought new freedoms to society. The production of the automobile not only created better jobs and wages for the working class, it also offered affordable automobiles that soon became necessities for every household.
Originally, the public supported prohibition during the Great War because Americans wanted to support our troops abroad. During the “roaring twenties”, the American public experienced a mass economic boom that resulted in a social change in the newest generations mindset. The 20s also brought sensationalism
Industrial revolution, which took place at the beginning of the twentieth century, has started changing the global society and developing the fundamental principles of working life. First conceptions and rules were created with the appearance of the first corporations and manufactories. Everyone knows that demand determines supply. Therefore, the growth of the demand was resulted in the increasing the number of corporations, and the fact that existed became bigger and bigger. Various machines appeared in order to help to satisfy the increasing demand, to improve working process, to make it more effectiveness with lower delivery time and better customers’ satisfaction as well as to allow avoiding duplicating of the documents and to make a better interaction between different departments, as a result, working life conditions smoothly changed.
Triangular trade led to world economy growing rapidly as more goods were being made and traded more than ever before. In conclusion both religious factors and economic factors played a huge role in the colonization of America, but in different ways. The British wanted to ensure economic dominance through their powerful monarch. The new settlers came seeking a better life, along with wanting to create a society based on freedom. To each their