Industrialization Effects On Workers In The United States

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Industrialization cast a broad spectrum of effects on workers in the United States between the years of 1865 and 1914. For some, these effects prevailed successful, but for most they caused disposition and bitterness towards the United States government. Unions formed, workers gained rights, lost them and gained them back again, and strikes were a prominent gesture in expressing the dissatisfaction of the workers. One impact of industrialization on manufacturing was the development of the assembly line, along with numerous factories utilized to produce goods. One technological advancement made was the ability to transport goods more safely and easily. This was possible through the use of railroads. Oftentimes, a hierarchy of business controlled
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