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  • Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward

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    gap between wealth and poverty in the United States. The main factor that caused these social, economic and even political changes was industrialization. Factories were growing in size, cities were being urbanized, and jobs were abundant in the prospering economy. However, although America seemed to be flourishing through this ongoing process of industrialization, social divisions intensified mainly due to the large gap created between large owners of industries or rather captains of business and

  • The Gilded Age

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    was detrimental in an urbanized environment where one depends on wages due to the larger strain on income, as opposed to a rural setting where a larger family meant more hands to help out. This is yet another example of how urbanization and industrialization changed the family dynamic. Unlike in a smaller scale village, cities were much more dangerous and intimidating, so socialization was condensed down into specific places like clubs or opera houses, like the Italian opera houses and mini-theatres

  • Juan Peron

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    Juan Peron Usually in history writing essays about a specific question leads to unnecessary information that opposes the initial question. The question is, “What factors influenced the rise and fall of Juan Peron?” One could not understand the question if they don’t know who Juan Peron is. He is a Latin American Populist leader, born October 8th, 1895 in Lobos, Buenos Aires, Argentina. His family was lower middle class, his parents were Mario Peron and Juana Toledo and he had a brother. He entered

  • How Did Progressives Make Life Better For Workers

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    During Industrialization, many factories were made and most had really horrible working conditions that included child labor. Industrialization in America brought conflict and stress between businesses. Some business owners took advantage of workers, if a worker approached someone of these conditions such as low wages, unsafe working conditions and long hours, they would face a decision that had forced them to work through the harsh environment in order to make a living or would be fired. Workers

  • Essay On Water Contamination

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    the water bodies, enormous use of fertilizers and pesticides (Amman et al. 2002)In many developing countries rapid urbanization and industrialization has always been considered as the main source of water contamination because it plays a major role in the alleviation of poverty and also for the economical growth. Moreover, the rapid urbanization and industrialization have been always influenced by the higher growth of population in underdeveloped countries. Even though the implementation of modern

  • American Industry In The Late 1800s

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    Long distance distant communication was slow and took weeks to months. In the late 1800’s that when a lot of industrialization improved. People such as Thomas A. Edison, Samuel F.B. Morse, and Alexander Graham Bell had great impacts on the world of technology. It all lead to new forms of communication, a growing workforce, and traveling advances in the railroad industry.Rapid industrialization has been a blessing for Americans.

  • Charles John Tennyson's Industria Hard Times

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    Born on February 7, 1812, Charles John Huffam Dickens, the creative pen of the Victorian era holds a transcendent position in the literary society of the time. He is considered to be one of the greatest novelists of his times and is responsible for some of the most iconic novels in the history of literature. His genius was fully recognized by scholars and critics. Many of his works were originally published serially in monthly installments, a format of publication that Dickens himself helped popularize

  • Excerpt From Lady Chatterley's Lover By D. H.

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    “Excerpt from Lady Chatterley’s Lover” was written by D. H. Lawrence. He was an English novelist, poet, playwright, essayist, literary critic and painter. He wrote many books on the central topics of the dehumanizing effects of modernity and industrialization. 2.

  • Textile Industry In Korea Case Study

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    Along the history of Korea’s economic growth, one of the prominent sectors was textile industry which sought nation’s industrial development by shifting from the initial import substitution system to export industrialization. Similarly, by using abundant low cost labor force and self-supply of raw materials, Korea effectively promoted its industrial capacity through price and quality competition among developed countries (KIET,2012) (KOFITI,2013). At the initial stage, Korea launched the phased development

  • The Importance Of Environmental Pollution

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    this development is resulting in grave danger to the existence of a man itself. Continuous efforts are being taken for providing more sophisticated automation for better future. This transformation is leading the mankind towards increase in industrialization. Centuries before environmental pollution has existed for, but only started to be significant following the industrial revolution in the 19th century. Pollution arises when the natural biosphere cannot destroy an element without creating harm