Capitalism in the U.S, Necessary Evil or Blatant Oppression?
In the late nineteenth-century, the United States was faced with an
amazing set of circumstances. Industrialization was increasing the country's
output and making way for inventions that would change everyday life.
Industrialization was also regressing the country to a time when the people were
poor and ruled by a few. Labor relations were tense to say the least. This was a
result of people being worked for long hours with little pay. Violence erupted
and an overwhelming percentage of the population was impoverished. Still, the
electric light was invented, the Bessemer process incr…
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