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Chapter 17-Business and Labor in the Industrial Era, 1860-19
Transcript of Chapter 17-Business and Labor in the Industrial Era, 1860-19
The Causes of Industrial Growth
New Transportation Systems
The Rise of Big Business
New Generation of Business Leaders
Big Business Men
A Changed Social Order
"Between 1865-1900, more than 15 million newcomers arrived in the United States"
These Leaders were referred to as:
"cold blooded capitalist, captains of the industry and robber barons"
From that influx came business leaders/ entrepreneurs "that led America's transition into an urban-industrial society"
J. P. Morgan
John D. Rockefeller
19th Century Inventors
Alexander Graham Bell
10 Companies that Still Use Child Labor in the United Sates