31March08 - B) Monopolies C) Capitalism D) Consumer items...

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The Second Industrial Revolution and New Lifestyles Lecture Reading – Sherman, Chapter 21, pages 643-657. I) Urban and Modern Landscape II) Industrial Change A) Heavy industry v. textiles and steam B) Steel C) Chemicals III) Transportation and Communication A) Food supply changes B) Travel/Rail C) Internal Combustion Engine IV)New Landscapes A) Reconstruct Cities B) Build subways C) Run sewers underground V) Winners and Losers A) Germany and the U.S. gain ground B) Britain loses steam C) Russia has uneven industrialization D) Colonized nations have limited industrialization VI) Big Business is Born A) Changing practices
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Unformatted text preview: B) Monopolies C) Capitalism D) Consumer items VII) New Wealth and Lifestyles VIII) Social Mobility A) “Best circles” B) Professionals C) Lower middle-class D) Controlling the working class E) Social Darwinism IX)New Values A) Private life haven B) Women confined to home C) Growing opportunities D) Birthrates fall X) The Modern and Urban World A) Urban growth replaces traditional, land-based society B) Second industrial revolution promotes continuing economic growth C) Steel production cheapens, electricity and petroleum become sources of power D) Changes in communication, transportation, urban organization...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 112 taught by Professor Popiel during the Spring '08 term at Saint Louis.

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