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The new south

TermDefinition
New south built during and after reconstruction
industrialization machine-made goods replace hand made goods
monopoly complete control
labor unions knights of labpor and american federation of labor
scabs replacement workers who worked in the place of strikers
laissez-faire a "leave it alone" attitude
sherman antitrust act outlawed attempts to create a monopoly
thomas edison creator of the light bulb
alaxander graham bell creator of the telephone
immigrants coming to the us from other countries
SUBURBS outside the city limits
"robber barons" owners of big businesses who become very wealthy
andrew carnegie carnegi steel
white supremecy the belief that the white reacae is superior to any other race
John E. Brown a lawyer from canton, elected to the state senate
Created by: DaPuncake