2-22-13 Chapter 18 Notes

2-22-13 Chapter 18 Notes - Chapter 18 Cities Immigrants...

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Chapter 18: Cities, Immigrants, Culture, and Politics URBANIZATION - Urbanization – A consequence of the industrialization and the massive internal and global migrations that fueled the new economic order - Cities grew both horizontally and vertically during this time. - CITIES - Fragmented and Segregated by class, race, and ethnicity.
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Unformatted text preview: THE GROWTH OF CITIES- By the 19 th Century, only 2 cities had a population over a million (London & Paris)- 20 th Century – New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Berlin, Tokyo, St. Petersburg & Moscow = Over Million people...
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