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2.01 Industrialization Changes America

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by Gabriella Di Piazza
2.01 Industrialization Changes America
Instructions
The Second Industrial Revolution affected the regions of the United States differently. Use this chart to compare the effects of the revolution on the North, South, West, and Midwest. In the chart, you will identify the political, social, economic, population, and transportation changes that the revolution brought to each region. Use the chart to help you complete a two-paragraph written response for Part 2.
Population Change
The North had a high population level because of the increase in industrialization and jobs.
Response
The Second Industrial Revolution caused several changes for the United States. For instance, the North and the Midwest became extremely popular because these regions economies were booming with jobs. Sadly, the South and the West weren't as fortunate. Personally, if I had to pick a region to live in, I would pick the Midwest. Life there was easier, efficient, and much more beneficial.
Political
Their views clashed and no one could agree; Labor Unions were formed.
Social
There was a major, noticeable gap between the rich and the poor.
Economic
The North had an industrialization economy and most people took to factory jobs.
Part 2 Instructions:
Write a well-developed paragraph for each of the following prompts. Be sure to include social, political, and economic factors in your response and fully address all parts of each prompt.

1. Explain how the Second Industrial Revolution affected the North, South, West, and Midwest. Point out changes in the regions’ politics, society, economy, population, or transportation.

2. Explain which region you would have preferred to live in during this period and the reasons for your choice.

Transportation
Railways were established and became the main may to transport goods.
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Midwest:
There were laws that allowed African American discrimination.
The West faced several riots and discriminatory laws were being created.
The Midwest didn't have many government problems; They had Labor Unions as well.
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Midwest:
African Americans were no longer slaves, but they still faced a lot of discrimination problems.
Immigrants arrived for work and social classes were being created.
Social reform movements were made making this area extremely popular.
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Midwest:
Since the war had ended, their economy was basically a wreck. So they began to focus on having an agricultural economy.
The West's economy was terribly weak and had very little resources to transport
The economy in the Midwest was sky-high. Many immigrants came and helped the economy grow and become stronger.
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The population here decreased because most of the African Americans left and started finding jobs elsewhere.
The west was poorly populated compared to areas like the North and the Midwest.
Millions of immigrants were flooding into the Midwest, therefore their population level was boosting.
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Railroads were also very popular here, but African Americans stayed away from them mostly because of racial tension.
The railroad system was also implemented into the West. The roads covered great distances and were very efficient.
The Midwest's transportation was essentially the same as the West's. Chicago because the gateway between the East and the West.
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