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out of the city. This means a lot of building and jobs. ii. Because people can now expand beyond the city, there are more speculation in property and real estate. People start buying land that is assumed to become popular into order to sell at a higher rate. It happens in some areas that too much land is bought and the demand isn’t as great for the price, so prices (and profits) drop and crush the real estate market. d. A Businessmen’s Country i. Henry Ford becomes one of the most popular men in the US ii. President Calvin Coolidge: the man who builds a factory builds a temple, workers worship there.
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iii. Businessmen could do no wrong to the general population, but most workers were underpaid. Businessmen made more money by cutting costs like worker wages, and with immigrants coming in, strikes and demands weren’t ine ff ective. 2. The Organizational Revolution: a. The society is obsessed with becoming organized and e ffi cient b. Functional Groups i. Groupings of people with a similar interest or function (ex. workers, business owners, professionals) ii. People see there are more to gain with staying with people in their groups (social status, economic, jobs, ethicity) iii. Island communities: all day to day needs came from within an area iv. As economic expands, price becomes more important to consumers than reputations in communities v. Trade associations form in order to share information within markets to share information on how to be as e ffi cient as possible.
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  • Fall '11
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  • History, The Land, Ford Motor Company, new middle class, Dearborn, Michigan

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