The Spread Of Industrial Growth In The Gilded Age

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I think America industrial growth have not occurred without the industrial giants of this period because they contributed many impacts to the rise of American industry. "Gilded age" is the term used Mark Twain to describe a period of the late 19th century when the wealth and prosperity of the American people dramatically increase. Industrial giants were people who have put up huge property according industrialization wave of America (rail, mines, banks, factories ...) with the smart, resourceful and brave too time also unethical. Industry leaders include John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie in steel. Both became leaders’ charitable assets donated their money to build a modern system, including hospitals, universities, libraries and foundations.

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