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Unformatted text preview: 21:04 Today’s Points 1. Beginning in 1870s industrialization increased divisions and conflict in America and sparked fear of civil war between social classes. 2. Economic inequality was primary cause of conflict. This, however, intersected with heightened anxiety about new immigrants. 3. By late 1880s America was polarized once again. Each social class believed it stood for and protected basic American ideals against new foreign threats. Unruly Masses in the Age of Industrialization Lecture 15 2 nd Half of Course Examine how development of industrial capitalism and efforts to cope with its effects transforms politics, society, and culture between the 1870s and the 1980s. weeks 6 & 7: Industrial America and development of the regulatory state weeks 8 – 10: economic abundance and social and cultural changes The Challenge of Industrial America 1. Could Americans’ fundamental ideals of freedom and equality survive in an industrial 1....
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