Chapter 22. The Nation Comes of Age. A Transportation Revolution Begins Americans Improve Cities and Services Americans Seek other Improvements The United States Intervenes in Mexico. Cities grew: Immigrants Farmers moving to cities
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Farmers moving to cities
New farming equipment = less people needed to do work on farms.
Cities needed to be appealing to the public:
- Parks created
- Skyscrapers invented
-Sports and entertainment venues.
Henry FordI want to pay my workers so that they can afford my product!
Frederick W. Taylor
The Principles of Scientific Management (1911)
The Assembly Line
-All African Americans could not vote in 1867.