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    Industrialization in America

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    This solution offers an understanding of the weak state era. It examines these questions:

    "How did urbanization and immigration affect the United States between 1865-1900? What unsolved problems caused Americans to begin demanding an end to the era of the weak state?"

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    As you experiment with your thesis statements, please allow some of these ideas to guide you:

    This paper explores the intersections of industrialization, urbanization and immigration in America from 1865-1900 and their role in the end of the weak state.

    You might also explore how industrialization o impacted the economy of the United States as a whole, its laboring class, and farm population. You might also assess how it affected political activity and development as well as urban growth.

    A culmination of industrialization, urbanization, and immigration of the 1865-1900 American era strongly impacted the end of the weak state.

    Based on various social and political factors such as industrialization, urbanization and immigration of 1865-1900, America transitioned from a weak state.

    Another idea is to explore famous figures of the era:
    Charles Darwin,
    Gustavus Swift
    Philip Armour
    Charles Pillsbury
    George Pullman
    Cornelius Vanderbilt ...

    Solution Summary

    This posting address social and economic concerns with the weak era in American history.