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How was Industrialization in the North was different than Plantation life in the South?
Answer: It was different because people in the North was focused on city life and people in the South was based on the plantation system.
How did immigration grow during Industrialization?
Answer: Immigration grew during industrialization to five million immigrants.
Why was slavery becoming the defining issue in the nation?
Answer: Slavery was becoming the defining issue in the nation because there was fight against slavery and people didn't like slaves because they were a huge problem.
What did urban cities look like during industrialization?
Answer: In the Industrialization urban cities resulted in increase costs of manufactured goods and improved living conditions for the people, and due to the affordable consumer goods. The effects in the urban cities during industrialization was five things and they were harmful to the environment, class divide, low standard of living, change in family structure, and catalyst for socialist revolution.
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created March 21, 2012
updated February 11, 2013