The Industrial Revolution: The Cause Of The Civil War

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When the Industrial Revolution began, the Union had just triumphed over the Confederacy in the Civil War. The symbolism of this war shows the economic transformation of an agricultural market to an industrial one. This was considered to be a defining moment in the United States’ revolution towards machinery that was once considered to be one hundred years behind other developed countries at the time. An outcome of this endeavour is the slow process that allowed the U.S. to become a world superpower later on. The causes of the Industrial Revolution in the U.S. was the Agricultural Revolution, immigration, and the invention of the steam engine. Even when industry began to take over capital in the U.S., agriculture was still developing at large
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