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UShist Ch 2 Review 2

Ushist Ch 2 Test Review, part 2

TermDefinition
Political Machine Organization that controls a local government
literacy ability to read and write
Bessemer Process This was a method for making steel
American Federation of Labor National Organization of labor unions founded by Samuel Gompers
Tammany Hall New York City Political Machine
Efficiency Avoiding wasted time
Socialism system in which the state controls the economy
Capitalism Economic system where production and distribution are privately or corporately owned
Monopoly company that wipes out competition and controls industry
Mass Culture common culture experienced by a large group of people
Philanthropy effort or inclination to increase the well being of human kind
Urbanization growth of cities as a result of industrialism
Created by: Freshmensphs