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Students will become familiar with terms, arguments on how the United States became an Industrialized nation.  After reading from the text, understanding key people and terms students will : Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930. 


Learning Targets: 
Evaluate the different responses of labor to industrial change.
Analyze the factors that enabled the United States to become a major industrial power
Explain the Urbanization movement
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