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The industrial Giant

industrialization

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What was one reason American manufacturing flourished? New natural resources were discovered and used steadily.
What was the most significant of industrialization? The invention of railroads.
When General Lee surrendered, how much track was laid? Less than 35,000 miles.
In what year was the skeleton of the railroad network complete? 1875
The debt of the railroad was 5.1 billion, what was the national debt? 1.1 billion
The telephone was invented by who? Alexander Graham Bell
What was the belief of a strong government policy of noninterference? Laissez-faire
What was the goal of the Sherman Antitrust Act? To restore competition.
What was the outcome of Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railroad v. Illinois? State legislature couldn't regulate interstate economic activity; only federal government could.
Andrew Carnegie's steel plant got shook when what happened? Strikers attacked 300 guards.
Created by: walker1999