Response to the industrial revolution.
Response to the Industrial Revolution
The end of the nineteenth century brought about a huge change in the way the United States worked as a nation, making the United States the worlds' most productive nation. The nation as a whole was advancing rapidly and new inventions were bringing about new ways of life. There was a rise in big businesses and financial companies, which were looking to expand as much as possible.
Technology was advancing rapidly and new inventions were being used to further our expansion. Thomas Edison, after inventing the phonograph, through long work was able to in…
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