Late Nineteenth-Century America

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America developed as an industrial and agricultural colossal in the late nineteenth century. Beatified with limitless pure natural resources, remarkable technologies, ruthless population growth, entrepreneurial energy, and little to no government interference the United States cultivated very rapidly and changed perilously than ever before. Only within three or four generations after the Civil War the primarily base rural nation ranked fourth as the world’s main commercial, agricultural, and industrial power. In the 1900s the United States controlled global markets in steel, oil, wheat, and cotton. Businesses grew greatly in size and power. Social tensions and political corruption aggravated the rising scale of business enterprise. However,

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