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Target 3: Financial and Social Issues Exit Level Social Studies TAKS. 3/31/07. Monetary Issues in the Late 1800's. Development of railways Utilized a huge number of laborers Enhanced transportation Drove the development of the economy. Monetary Issues in the Late 1800's. Power
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Target 3: Economic and Social Issues Exit Level Social Studies TAKS 3/31/07

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Economic Issues in the Late 1800\'s Growth of railways Employed a great many specialists Improved transportation Drove the development of the economy

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Economic Issues in the Late 1800\'s Electricity Light globule and circulation framework made by Thomas Edison Used to power machines in processing plants and keep production lines open around evening time

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Economic Issues in the Late 1800\'s Monopolies Trusts that drove out contenders Limited rivalry and hurt the economy Government made the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Sherman Antitrust Act to battle restraining infrastructures

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Social Issues in the Late 1800\'s Discrimination Against Immigrants Accused of taking occupations from local conceived American The administration attempted to farthest point migration in different ways-ex. Chinese Exclusion Act

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Social Issues in the Late 1800\'s Poor Living Conditions in Cities developed quickly in populace People lived in apartments Crime, Fire, and Disease were all issues.

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Social Issues in the Late 1800\'s Segregation Created in South by Jim Crow laws Separated blacks and whites in every single open place

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Reform Leaders Jane Addams - established the Hull House and other settlement houses to help the urban poor. W.E.B. DuBois-helped found the NAACP Susan B. Anthony - the pioneer of the ladies\' suffrage development.

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The U.S. Economy in the 1920\'s US economy develops quickly amid the 1920\'s . Sequential construction system Automobiles Increased Consumer Spending Advertising Increased interest in the stock exchange

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The Great Depression and the New Deal Great Depression Businesses shut down Unemployment expanded Drop underway Decrease in costs Dust Bowl

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The Great Depression and the New Deal New Deal Insured bank stores (FDIC) Regulated money markets (SEC) Provided occupations in nation\'s parks (CCC) Funded the development of streets and scaffolds (PWA)

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The Great Depression and the New Deal New Deal Built dams and influence stations in the Tennessee Valley locale (TVA) Established retirement annuities (SSA) Employed individuals to do development work (WPA)

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Technology and the US Economy Telephone extended correspondence Led to an overall interchanges arrange

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Technology and the US Economy Automobile Boosted the petroleum and steel ventures Increased employments Stimulated tourism and outside diversion Increased versatility

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Technology and the US Economy Computer Increased profitability Cost has dropped significantly

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Analyzing Social and Economic Data Gross Domestic Product Per Capita (GDP per Capita) - Yearly yield of merchandise and enterprises per individual. Per capita pay - normal yearly salary of a nations occupants. Populace development proportion of births to passings in a nation for every year.

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Analyzing Social and Economic Data Literacy Rate - Percentage of the populace that can read and compose. Rate of workforce take part in farming and mining-The lower it is, the more built up a nation is. Future Average life expectancy of a nation\'s tenants.

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