INDUSTRIALIZATION 5

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ThesisStatement: played a major role in the advancing of the humanhistory after the civil war by shifting the business process, throughenhancing transportation and communication in America and fosteringthe prosperity and wealth of various countries across the globe, thusleading to increased productivity.

  1. Three Aspects of

  1. The industrial revolution that took place in America after the civil war affected key areas in the society, agriculture, politics, and economy.

  2. The era created new and improved methods of farming (of planting, crop harvesting, breeding and rearing animals, and fertilizing the lands) that has increased the productivity within the agricultural sector.

    1. These methods include the arrival of steam-powered farm machinery that sort to replace manual farm laborers.

    2. It changed the overall earnings and lifestyle of the middle-class families. That is mainly due to the centralization of business within city centers, thereby increasing the number of factories, thereby increasing the social and economic viability of the country’s global market (Attack, 2008).

    3. It should be noted that the concept of industrial revolution helped create to wealth that superseded political control, thereby creating a rift/gap between the elite and middle-class society.

  1. The Five Groups Affected by

  1. Native Americans industrial revolt threatened the unity of this particular population. It has threatened the push and expansion of urbanization mainly through the employment opportunities for both the middle and lower class.

  2. Middle and lower class workers the increase of professional job opportunities, fostered the growth and expanding of the middle-class population. It has enabled the creation of labor union groups that championed for the rights of workers.

  3. Rural farmers or immigrants the concept of urbanization limited farmer’s production due to the introduction of new and improved farming techniques, thereby reducing physical labor. Secondly, it provided no form of business regulation by the government.

  4. African Americans the period created a gap that allowed for the segregation of this particular population. As a result of this, the general expansion of the market growth and development of the south was limited. That is because there were no increased wages for the African Americans.

  5. Women right the era fostered the establishment of the progressive reform groups that socially empowered women through education and job opportunities. It also discriminated against the lower class by allowing them to work in homes factories under low wages.

  1. The five ways through which urbanization affected the lives of average working Americans.

  1. Poor working and living conditions, the overcrowding in cities and factories were dirty and unhealthy, thus causing health problems for the workers. That was mainly due to poor sanitation.

  2. Increased production that is the introduction of new and improved machinery helped enhance the speed work was done (Hirschman, &amp Mogford, 2009).

  3. Increased selfishness among employers that is, workers were always overworked and underpaid.

  4. It helped to raise the standard of living of the workers through the introduction of new materials and products as well as transportation system that supported their working system.

  5. Urbanization also encouraged the workers sense of creativity and responsibility, through the provision of new and improved job opportunities.

  1. Reference

Maier,C. S. (2015).&nbspRecastingbourgeois Europe: stabilization in France, Germany, and Italy in thedecade after World War I.Princeton University Press.

Atack,J., (2008) Industrial Structure and the Emergence of the ModernIndustrial Corporation. Retrieved fromhttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/4950183_Industrial_Structure_and_the_Emergence_of_the_Modern_Industrial_Corporation

Hirschman,C., &amp Mogford, E., (2009) Immigration and the American IndustrialRevolution from 1880 to 1920. Retrieved fromhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2760060/