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Drawing Inferences Do you thinkthere is a relationship between thelarge number of

World History | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9780078607028 | Authors: Jackson J. Spielvogel ISBN: 9780078607028 493

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Problem 6

Drawing Inferences Do you thinkthere is a relationship between thelarge number of technical innovationsmade during this period and the growingneed for labor reforms and unions?

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After the end of the civil war in the USA in the year 1865, industrial and technological inventions started to gain a significant pace. The years of the civil war have brought turmoil to American soil. But as soon as it ended, there was the rise of hope of development. The spread of the railroad infrastructure became significant. One of the most famous pioneers of this development was a man called Cornelius Vanderbilt. Other significant development came in the iron and steel industry. Several technical innovations made the manufacturing of steel more manageable and durable. One of such inventions was made by Bessemer. Bessemer's process led to the wide-scale manufacturing of durable steel.

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Textbook: World History
Edition: 2
Author: Jackson J. Spielvogel
ISBN: 9780078607028

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