Political, Social, And Economic Effects Of Industrialization On The United States

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Industrialization on the US Industrialization on the US was a curse in many cases. It made others suffer or everybody in the US suffer. There was no winner based on how the treatment on others worked. It hurt the Economy as a whole and made the view on the US unwelcomed for those seeking fortune and a way to escape their old life to a new one. The idea the US proposed at the time hurt the minority’s and mad the majority feel more alpha towards their daily life towards others. It caused Political, Social, and Economic implications across the nation. The US was able to learn from the negatives and use future ideas to not make the same mistakes again. The US have been acting negative towards those who seek freedom and opportunity in the US. …show more content…
They were paid less than an average American worker and had more hours. They were practically slaves demanding a small amount of payment in return for their hard work. Acts were put in place to slow down or to make the minority’s suffer from harsh rules that were put in place. The immigration of people overseas and on Natives were very harsh. The Chinese Exclusion Act was to stop the Chinese from entering the US. The Act was passed and it cut the number of Chinese immigrants greatly. The Act was mostly made for California because it was an entry place for the Chinese. The Act was permanent in the US in 1902, but it was then repealed in 1920’s, 30’s. The Chinese replaced other immigrants such as the Irish and the Germans. They were discriminated by the ones who they replaced. In 1885, Rock Spring Anti-Chinese violence commenced in a Mine area. 28 Chinese died, 15 were injured, and homes were burned. The Rock Spring Anti-Chinese violence cost 3.5 Million Dollars in today’s currency. The Native Americans had the same fate as the Chinese, but they were forced by unwanted action of the US. The Indian Removal Act was set in motion by President Jackson. It was a plan to forcibly remove …show more content…
The businesses in the US liked wars because of high demand for certain materials. The US focused on growth, so they focused on getting and conquering area were some raw materials were plentiful. Materials such as Iron, Coal, Oil, Gold, Silver, and Copper were highly wanted. This caused a growth of factories to build certain objects for cash, but these businesses abused the hours of what one person could do. The work hours were extended and the pay was low for those who needed the job. Work was at a high and job were scarce were a replacement was available at any time practically. The work was as well dangerous for those who worked in factories and Mines. Child labor was also common in many industries. Children were hired because of cheap pay and working hours they could do. The workers were dependent on the owners of their job. The machines also were replacing people in some areas of work and was dangerous to the workers that operated them. It caused riots and harm to the civilians to the work place. Cash was spent carelessly and wasn’t used to fund help for those in

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