Chapter 18 - b. Habitations: houses make a statement...

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Chapter 18-19 Study Guide Chapter 18. Rise of industrial America 1. Horatio Alger stories: an ideology for the industrial age. What did they tell? Were they accurate? IDs robber barons Interstate Commerce Act J. Pierpont Morgan vertical integration vs. Horizontal integration pool vs. trust Sherman Antitrust Act Thomas A. Edison George Eastman New South vs. Old South James B. Duke New Immigration Versus Old Immigration American Federation of Labor Haymarket Square laissez-faire Gospel of Wealth Social Darwinism Karl Marx Chapter 19. Immigration, urbanization, and everyday life 2. New middle-class life goes along with new industrial age. Explain connection. ..
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a. Living spaces: “Fashionable avenues and suburbs”
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Unformatted text preview: b. Habitations: houses make a statement (p.435) c. New types of commerce: the department store (new attitudes about consumption) d. Higher education transformed (curriculum, role of sports e. Morals: Victorian code-Genteel Tradition challenged in literature (Mark Twain) f. New roles for women From Victorian Lady to New Woman (morals, new colleges, leisure activities)-how much really changed for women? 3. New working class culture emerges (sports, vaudeville, ragtime) 4. Why did they call it a political machine? (good and bad of the machine) IDs Salvation Army Anthony Comstock Social Gospel Hull House Genteel Tradition Mark Twain Frank Lloyd Wright Frances Willard...
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