Chapter 5 Vocab.

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Thomas Edison was an American inventor and business man, who had been described as America's greatest inventor like the electric light bulb
Bessemer Process was the 1st inexpensive industrial process for the mass production of steel from molten pig iron
Andrew Carnegie's Gospel of Wealth Wrote in 1889 that describes the responsibility of philabthropy by the new upper class of self made light
John D. Rockefeller American Oil industry business magnate and philantropist
Interstate Commerce Act of 1887 Federal law that was designed to regulate the rail road industry
Alexander Graham Bell who is credited with patenting the first practical telephone and founding the American telephone
Child Labor
Children were used to move , clean or fix large machines since they were small enough to fit between the parts
Union A group of workers
Monopoly a company having complete control over the supply of a product or service
Philanthropy to desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation of money to good causes
Transcontinental Rail Road California east ward and from the middle of the country west ward. To lay the track, they had to cut through the high mountains of the sierra Nevada
Anti-Trust Act The court ruled that union were illegal combination in restraint of trade. This ruling encouraged government leaders to used troops to put down strikes and restore order

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