The Industrial Revolution In The 1800's

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Evolving, growing and managing a team of people is never perfect. The rebellions and arguments teams have within themselves resolve into working master pieces! Advances and industrial sweeps take a toll on success and soon enough, the teams goal is close to accomplished. The 1800’s industrial revolution paved the way for faster systems and organized concepts which inevitably helped the twenty-first century to have become what it is today. During the 1800’s, industrialization took the economy by storm. Money issues were a large problem for the U.S, when the republicans wanted a Second Bank to help rising prices simmer down. John Calhoun, Henry Clay and Daniel Webster were responsible for the signing of the Second Bank. Protective Tariffs were also put on imported…show more content…
From the railroads in the past, we have learned that faster transportation is better. Everything we need travels by boat or train or plane because we understand that is one of the most successful forms of transportation. Bye replacing home-based workshops with factories we have been able to grow our production rates which in the long run put our selling rates high. By switching from hand tools to large machines we have also been able to cut our jobs down, which allows for more money in the pockets of the business men. The industrial revolution has helped the nation and economy grown so much over the time but we know, nothing is perfect. With large factories come environmental hazards and with large buildings come migration issues for all animals. Over the years, we have learned that maybe we took too much too fast. The importance of the industrial revolution is endless. But looking back on it today, the world seems to be at a much quicker less wasteful speed. People are always looking for new ways of doing things and new things to do. There is never a moment where everyone in the world is relaxed at
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