The Industrial Revolution In The 1890's

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The late-nineteenth century was distinguished by many remarkable changes as a result of industrialization. These remarkable changes are able to be mainly made in society and politics during the time. The Economy was also affected by industrialization. In the late-nineteenth the Industrial Revolutions were commencing and blooming into what we study them to be today. In the 1890’s there were a number of about 234,956 inventions that were invented. The revolutions in industry could have never left the world unchanged because so many things were being created that took a big role in society, politics, and the economy. William Sumner believed that as the nation transformed the Industrial cities controlled the nation. Which goes to show that …show more content…
If we were without most of the inventions that were created in the Industrial Revolutions, many advances made today would be impossible. It was said to have created order in the lives of the people in the late-nineteenth century. Sumner stated in his document The Absurd Effort to Make the World Over that “all organization implies restoration of Liberty.” Meaning that if the world is more organized then there will be more liberties for the people. Implying that if man were to have sat down and write a new social world, it would have actually helped in achieving liberties American’s have always been fighting for. Liberties such as having equal rights for women and blacks and many other freedoms that are wished …show more content…
An example of such growths was the business enterprise scale during this late-nineteenth time period. With the industry booming and the Transcontinental Railroads being built, developments were made leading the United States to being a world power. William Sumner talks about power as being gained by narrowing individual range in order to make the world over to make it more organized. Also stating that management is not good causing the people to suffer together or to not suffer by choosing to build by hiring. Implying that the middle and lower class should all decide to submit to the upper class in order to promote the industry. Even though Sumner believed that without making over the United Stated that the world fall, others did not see the situation from the same view point. An exemplification of that is The Railroad Strike of 1877. It was a widespread incident that resulted in the burning and destroying of railroad property. Not all citizens were thrilled about the Industrial Revolution slowly making over the world. They thought that the United States was better off before such things as the Industrial Revolutions came to light. The IWW, Industrial Workers of the World, was made up of the working class. People, that to Sumner were supposed to fully submit to the upper class, is funding and essentially running the political world. Syndicalism is the process of replacing the state with one big

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