Industrialization after the Civil War
Industrialization after the Civil War was a period where Industrial city were being built, there was jobs for people and the political aspect was having corruption. In my paper I am going to discuss the three major aspects of the Industrial Revolution and how it affected the lives of an average working American. The Industrial Revolution was a time in history that led to great inventions and great technology advances. It changed the life of men, women, children, African Americans and many others. A lot of things changed over the period from 1865 to 1920 making many advances in our technology.
The first major aspect of the Industrial Revolution was society. Society was a major aspect of Industrialization because companies were being built and started hiring men, children, and women with very low pay and long hours. Railways were distributing goods to different states and by doing so they were able to distribute more and to different locations. Also, a lot of people were moving from the South and farm areas to the Northern urban areas because they were trying to get jobs to support their families. The society worked in factories to earn money, they also worked at steel plants, and other jobs.
The second aspect is economy. Economy plays a big part in the Industrial Revolution because the economy had a big economic growth from all of the factories being built, the trains, and stores. All being built around in the Industrial Revolution period. The economy changed society into an urban industrial state by the immigration of people. People from all places moved to the cities were the railroads where built and the factories because they needed money to be able to support their families. Women, men, and children work long hours for very little pay.
The last aspect of the Industrial Revolution was politics. Political aspect of the politics reflected to the business and not to the poor urban people or to the working class....