The Role Of Industrialists In The Gilded Age

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Industrialists were the cause of the Gilded Age. The Gilded Age was urbanization, industrializing, and moving west. They made a great impact on the United States of America because of the change of agriculture to industrialization. The major growth in society was because of the Industrialists moving away from farming to factories. Although the Gilded Age may seem like a clean cut time period on the outside, it was actually very destroyed underneath. There was in fact a great load of manufacturing going on, but the work put into that production was unimaginable. Workers worked long, vigorous hours, with low pay, children worked, and little health safety. These terrible work conditions were endured as long as possible by desperate people who
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