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Chapter 24 Industry Comes Of Age Pdf Download

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Huntington, an adept lobbyist. Grady, editor of the Atlanta Constitution newspaper urged the South to industrialize. In 1894, Labor Day was made a legal holiday. It said the reason a Carnegie was at the top of the steel industry was that he was most fit to run such a business. Critics called it the labor trust. Strong pressures in foreign trade developed as the tireless industrial machine threatened to flood the domestic market. He used this method to form Standard Oil and control the oil industry by forcing weaker competitors to go bankrupt.

 

Composed of skilled laborers, it was willing to let unskilled laborers fend for themselves. of track laid in 1900. The National Labor Union, formed in 1866, represented a giant boot stride by workers and attracted an impressive total of 600,000 members, but it only lasted six years. Other methods included hiring scabs or replacements or lockouts to starve strikers into submission, and often, workers had to sign ironclad oaths or yellow dog contracts which banned them from joining unions. Deadlock over where to build a transcontinental railroad was broken after the South seceded, and in 1862, Congress commissioned the Union Pacific Railroad to begin westward from Omaha, Nebraska, to gold-rich California. The Reverend Russell Conwell of Philadelphia became rich by delivering his lecture, Acres of Diamonds thousands of times, and in it he preached that poor people made themselves poor and rich people made themselves rich; everything was because of ones actions only. Many Irishmen, who might lay as much as 10 miles a day, laid the tracks. by the Central Pacific. Powderly, the Knights won a number of strikes for the eight-hour day, and when they staged a successful strike against Jay Goulds Wabash Railroad in 1885, membership mushroomed to 3/4 of a million workers. The AF of L established itself on solid but narrow foundations, since it tried to speak for all workers but fell far short of that. Other trusts, which also generally made better products at cheaper prices, emerged, such as the meat industry of Gustavus F. Meanwhile, Morgan took Carnegies holdings, added others, and launched the United States Steel Corporation in 1901, a company that became the worlds first billion-dollar corporation (it was capitalized at $1.4 billion). After the Civil War, railroad production grew enormously, from 35,000 mi. Carnegie and Other Sultans of Steel . J. VII. The South in the Age of Industry . 4fb9d08492

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