Covers the emergence of the automobile manufacturing, mining and petroleum, and textile industries and their separate and interconnected roles in the overall Industrial Revolution that transformed the United States and the world.
* Sidebars take readers deeper into intriguing topics by spotlighting primary documents such as Walter Reuther's account of the infamous 1937 "Battle of the Overpass," tracts decrying working conditions in New England textile mills, and a firsthand account of Henry Ford's development of the Model T
* Historic photographs depict major events and leading entrepreneurs, inventors, and labor leaders including Walter Chrysler, Henry Ford, Alfred Sloan, John D. Rockefeller, and Francis Cabot Lowell
Number of pages: 884
Weight: 1814 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 69 mm
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