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The era between 1820 and 1940 was the industrial revolution in the United States of
America. The undertaking during this period was the key reason the U.S became a leading nation
in development and trade. The era saw important structures in industrialization laid down that
culminated in the development of the modern world technology. To get a clear insight on the
impact, I used the below Articles.
Rosen, William (2012). The Most Powerful Idea in the World: A Story of Steam, Industry,
and Invention. University Of Chicago Press. p. 127. ISBN 978-0-226-72634-2.
The scholarly article printed in 2012 has exceptional knowledge of the Industrial
Revolution era. It addresses the role and impact of the industrial revolution in the growth and
development of the United States economy. Were it not for Industrial revolution, the United
States of America could be lagging behind in development. As said by the author the industrial
revolution era (1820 to 1940) saw the country make important structural strides that have driven
it to become the world Modern technology giant. In the article, the author notes that the
advancement and creation of new methods of production culminated in mass production and a
better economy. He points out the impact of transport inventions on the growth of the nation, the
movement of the workforce, import of raw materials and export of products elevated America to
greater levels regarding growth and progress. The American people’s lives were positively
impacted by the new production methods and transport systems. Capitalism born out of the era as
a result of mass production and accumulation of wealth brought about the establishment of

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numerous cottage industries in the country that propelled the nation to being the world’s best
economy.
Hounshell, David A. (1984), From the American System to Mass Production, 1800-1932:
The Development of Manufacturing Technology in the United States, Baltimore,
Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press, ISBN 978-0-8018-2975-8, LCCN 83016269
This is an excellent and thorough article printed in 1984 covering the industrial
revolution and its impact on the Americans and the nation’s economy that are often overlooked.
The author presents a detailed account of the life prior and posts the era. Indisputably, the
American economy was highly wedged in the era of industrial revolution. According to the
author, the economy that had for ages been agriculturally based shifted to a corporation and
business economy that positively impacted the American people lives to elevate the country to be
the world's leading industrial powers. Consistent with the author’s notion, the advent of transport
and industrial machinery was the turning point for the Americans economy. The new methods of
production saw the companies increase their returns and savings leading to the positive impact
on the nation’s economy.

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Surname1 Name: Course Instructor Date The era between 1820 and 1940 was the industrial revolution in the United States of America. The undertaking during this period was the key reason the U.S became a leading nation in development and trade. The era saw important structures in industrialization laid down that culminated in the development of the modern world technology. To get a clear insight on the impact, I used the below Articles. Rosen, William (2012). The Most Powerful Idea in the World: A Story of Steam, Industry, and Invention. University Of Chicago Press. p. 127. ISBN 978-0-226-72634-2. The scholarly article printed in 2012 has exceptional knowledge of the Industrial Revolution era. It addresses the role and impact of the industrial revolution in the growth and development of the United States economy. Were it not for Industrial revolution, the United States of America could be ...
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