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APUSH C16 Pt. II Industrial Supremacy Written. Assessment- Name-____________________ Per-_ Prompt: Discuss the most influential factors in the late 19 th century that transformed the American economy in to an international industrial society . Additionally explain the consequences of this industrial transformation . Historical Skill being assessed: Historical Causation: compare cause and effects, both short and long-term while analyzing and evaluating the interaction of multiple causes and effects. Opening Thesis paragraph (historical setting thesis conceptual support): Historic Introduction/Era/Setting: 5-6 Items included in introduction: Thesis Counter “Although” Thesis “however” Conceptual Ideas 1 2 3 First Body Paragraph: Topic that would launch a discussion of “your most important factor : List 3 pieces of evidence to support this topic and elaborated on to explain your
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