by Drew Hartley
The u.s. government adopted policies that supported industrial developments such as providing land for the construction of railroads. The government also maintained high tariffs.
The american industrialists overseeing this expantion were ready to take risk and make their businesses successful. Andrew carnegie was ready also and built the first steel mill in the u.s. and other factories came after.
Fair labor standerds act
The national child labor commite dedication to the abolition played a big role eventually, roosevelt sighned the fair labor standerds act.
The americanization movement was designed to assimilate the domiant culture, sponsered by the U.S. government. The immigrants were forced to go to school and learn how to speak english and also read and write.
Machines helped immigrants with naturalization housing, jobs, and more. The most famous of them, boss tweed helped with frawd and scandle in the city because of the court house that costed $13 million.
For the first time fedural law wouldn't allow entry of certain ethnic groups because it endangered the good of certain localities
America was growing fast. The cities were becoming huge and the government kept getting bigger and trying to keep the cities growing.
most of the new immigrants came to the big cities where the factors were. most of the immigrants started working at the factories.
In these cities immigrants with the same ethnic remained together which provided the opportunity to speak their native language and retain their customs and cultures
Congress passes a act that made it illegal to form a trust that interfered with free trade
Most companies did everything they could to stay in control of the competition. Most enterprises used trusts or mergers to have complete control
meat inspection act
act passed to regulate the quality of meat sold.
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Open door policy
Policy that allows all countries to trade freely with china
Trail of tears
U.S. troops rounded up the indians and drove them into camps, they then set off on a 800mile journey called the trail of tears.
The USA emerged from WWI as the world super power because of wilson's diplomatic leadership. America was the "savior of europe"
World war 1 sped up american industrial production, leading to an economic boom throughout the "roaring twenties"
World War 1 disrupted decades of social norms. Generally, the war brought an increase in agressive thinking