Reconstruction New North Industrialization

Writing in era before homes are investment wildly

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Unformatted text preview: lic housing, no equal opp • - macro level- we are seeing workers rights go up • - shift from agricultural labor to indust- • - 80% amers live in rural areas at end of civil war • by 1900 2/3 of amer dependent on wages to make a living- they are not making money from family farm or bus • - changes ways of time- 8 hour movement- on the clock someone elses clock- no eb and flow and freedom of working for yourself • - size of amer work force doubles from 79’s to 1900 because of immigagation • - east and south Europe 10 million immigrants between 1800- 1890, 4 mill women (1 in 6), rise in casu...
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