Miyashita Make Over

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Miyashita Make Over

  1. 1. Industrialization: The Advancement of America
  2. 2. Think about these items
  3. 3. How did we achieve this?
  4. 4. The present linked with the past
  5. 5. ADAM SMITH- “WEALTH OF NATIONS” LAISSEZ-FAIRE ECONOMICS (LET THE PEOPLE CHOOSE AS THEY WISH)
  6. 6. CAPITALISM IS BORN FROM SMITH’S THEORY THE MARKETS WILL RELY UPON THE LAWS OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND
  7. 7. Innovation, Ideas, Inspiration
  8. 8. Andrew Carnegie Steel magnate Philanthropist The wealthy should be trustees for the poor.
  9. 9. STEEL PRODUCTION BESSEMER PROCESS PRODUCES A STRONG, LASTING MATERIAL
  10. 10. Gustavus Swift Chicago based meat packer Developed the refrigerated rail car and display cases for butcher shops
  11. 11. SLAUGHTER HOUSE TO THE TABLE HOW TO KEEP MEAT NEAT...
  12. 12. MEAT IT’S WHAT’S FOR DINNER
  13. 13. Cornelius Vanderbilt The Commodore Successful Railroad Baron Philanthropist
  14. 14. George Eastman Founder of Kodak Innovator of cameras and photography Philanthropist
  15. 15. SAY CHEESE
  16. 16. Alexander Graham Bell Inventor of the telephone Founded the Bell Telephone Company
  17. 17. EVOLUTION OF THE PHONE FROM “HELLO” TO “G2G”
  18. 18. Thomas Alva Edison Wizard of Menlo Park Founder of General Electric Innovator of numerous inventions
  19. 19. LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION INCANDESCENT BULBS, PROJECTORS, DICTAPHONES TO NAME A FEW IDEAS
  20. 20. John David Rockefeller Founder of the Standard Oil Company Philanthropist
  21. 21. BLACK GOLD OIL PROVES TO BE THE CATALYST FOR NUMEROUS ITEMS IN DAILY LIFE
  22. 22. What did it take?
  23. 23. It took... Ideas Innovation Hard Work Labor
  24. 24. Labor Who were they?
  25. 25. LABOR TECHNOLOGY MADE JOBS EASIER, ONE DIDN’T HAVE TO BE SKILLED TO WORK
  26. 26. Factory Work So Easy a kid could the job
  27. 27. DOING THEIR PART CHILDREN HAD TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE FAMILY
  28. 28. Low Wages, Long Hours, Poor Conditions, all parts of the job
  29. 29. IMMIGRANTS LOW SKILLED AND IN NEED OF WORK THESE PEOPLE TOOK JOBS IN SUCH CONDITIONS
  30. 30. CITY LIVING ETHNIC ENCLAVES DEVELOPED IN BIG CITIES, CRAMPED, POOR, AND UNHEALTHY
  31. 31. Capitalism The wealthy earn massive profits off the toil of the poor. The “Haves” feel it is best for government to stay out of business and allow wealth to trickle down to the “Have Nots”
  32. 32. MAXIMIZING PROFIT CORPORATIONS LOOK TO MINIMIZE COMPETITION BY STREAMLINING BUSINESS
  33. 33. ANTI-TRUST SUITS EVENTUALLY THE GOVERNMENT ATTEMPTS TO STOP COMPLETE CONTROL OF A MARKET
  34. 34. Karl Marx Wrote The Communist Manifesto Believed in the overthrow of the bourgeoisie the workers. Promoted equality for all
  35. 35. LABOR UNION MOVEMENT GOMPERS CREATES THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR
  36. 36. STRIKES AND RIOTS WORKERS STRIKE FOR BETTER TREATMENT AND OUR MET WITH RESISTANCE
  37. 37. To Big Business...
  38. 38. Unions=Socialism/Communism
  39. 39. 8 Hours and Nothing More The work of the AFL abolishes child labor and creates the 8 hour day and 40 hour work week among other improvements for the workers
  40. 40. This past can be directly linked with today.
  41. 41. TWO EXAMPLES OF THE INDUSTRIAL AGE ALIVE TODAY
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