C scientific management i see above ii was geared

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c. Scientific Management i. See above ii. Was geared toward industry, but major churches also followed similar functions. Organizations become more national than regional d. The “New” Middle Class i. Old middle class values owning your own business and controlling your own destiny. To be dependent only to yourself instead of a company. It wasn’t based on income, but control within your own life. ii. New middle class was people that worked for other companies, like managers and engineers of companies. These people had a better standard of living, yet values cooperation, fitting in; things needed in a corporation. iii. People form the new middle class become more numerous and more powerful.
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3. Cultural Ambivalence a. Most people are conflicted with the new way of life. b. Greenfield Village i. Ford was conflicted of the e ff ect of the new society so he created these villages to maintain an old standard of living. The idea was he workers would live here and grow your own food and live with other people like 19 th century. Problem was no one wanted to live there. He wants to maintain small town values in industry society c. Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis i. First person to fly from NYC to Paris, nonstop. Planes in the 20s didn’t have range because of nowhere to stop. Lindbergh makes it alone unlike other people who tried. ii. People see two sides to celebrate Charles 1. Old Middle Class see that he was a brave young American with great American Character 2. New Middle Class saw that he was able because of organization of industry. People that built the plane, designed it, weathermen, etc.
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