Review - Duplin County Schools

Review - Duplin County Schools

Things you will learn: What does the term gilded mean? What natural resources were key to U.S. industrialization? How did inventions in the period effect business and social life? Industry in the Gilded Age Natural Resources

Oil: used for lamps, machinery Begin to use steam drill by Edwin Drake to get out of ground Drill in KY, OH, IL, IN Iron Ore:

used to make steel use coal fires to burn carbon out and make steel Coal: used for fires to power steam engines on trains, fires to make steel,

heat homes Mined in WV, PA, OH, IN, IL Steel: William Kelly & Bessemer Process uses: RRs, barbed wire, farm machinery, bridges, skyscrapers

Inventions Typewriter: Electricity: Thomas Edison Christopher Sholes/ James Densmore

Perfected light bulb Sped up / standardized communication Power grid Uses: Telephones:

Factories streetcars appliances Creates clerical jobs for white single women Alex Graham Bell Speeded communication /

rate of business Things you will learn: Who were the major business leaders of the Gilded Age and what were their business strategies? How were these men regarded differently by different interest groups? Big Wigs of the Gilded Age

What is the strategy to win at the game of monopoly? Carnegie US Steel Practices: Quality Control Cost Control / accounting Stock incentives for

managers Vertical Integration: buying out your suppliers J.P. Morgan RRds & bought US Steel Practices: Holding Companies: Companies that are

formed only to buy up other companies Pullman Railroad Cars Practices: Company town: The company owns the land, houses, churches, and schools around a

factory. Have great control over workers Rockefeller Standard Oil Trusts / Price fixing: Companies in the same industry band together, drop prices, & drive out competitors.

Then raise prices artificially high RRd. Kickbacks: He would get rebates from RRd companies, they pass cost onto farmers Vanderbilt Duke

Railroads Tobacco Consolidation: Made all RR tracks the same in width, then bought out all his competitors (horizontal

integration) Advertising / Label Leveraging: Developed a labelBull Durham. Advertise it / creates demand. Wouldnt let other brands be sold if his was sold there.

Competing Philosophies Are these men heroic or evil? Heroic: Captains of Industry Evil: Robber Barons Horatio Alger Stories: Rags to riches tales of young men who succeed due to their own

efforts / character These men use unethical practices to squash out their competition and overcharge common people. Social Darwinism: These men are better and deserve their wealth.

Belief in this idea led to people wanting the government to stop the Robber Barons Survival of the fittest is the natural process of natural selection. Definition: A gang of people

who controlled city governments for their own profit and self interest. Political Machines How They Got Money: Graft / Padding Bills: Overcharge taxpayers to build stuff for the govt. The builders and machine members split

the extra $. Bribes: Govt officials would accept bribes for licenses, not doing inspections, etc. The officials would kick back some of the money to the machine Organizational Structure: Party Boss

Ward Bosses Precinct captains Common People Businessmen who want govt contracts How They Got Votes: Immigrants: The machine members gave them jobs / arranged housingthen took

them to vote Padding Lists / fraud: Machine members use dead peoples names, dogs, imaginary peopleand add them to the list of registered voters and then vote them illegally Example: Tammany Hall / Democratic

Headquarters Of NYC Boss Tweed Political boss of NYC Exposing Machines & Corruption Thomas Nast: a cartoonist exposed political machines through his drawings.

Most poor people couldnt read well. Raised awareness among the common people of why political machines were bad Reform in the Gilded Age You will learn: - What the rich and poor wanted in regards to tariff, monetary and civil service reform. - Which reform movements succeeded and which ones failed.

Tariff Reform What is a tariff? Taxes on imported goods Tariff Reform What do the rich want a high or low tariff? HIGH

WHY? So the goods they produce wont have to compete with foreign made goods. Tariff Reform Relevant Presidents: Cleveland Democrat tried to lower tariff. No success.

Harrison Republican Raised to 48% Tariff Reform: Relevant Presidents (contd.) Cleveland (term 2) Lowered to 41% (Wilson Gorman tariff) McKinley

Republican Raised tariff back to 46% (Dingley tariff) Tariff Reform: Result Sooooo . . . . . In the end was the tariff: HIGH or LOW ?????? High. Did tariff reform succeed or fail?

Tariff reform fails. Whos happy? Rich people. Monetary Reform Monetary reform has to do with . . . . Money, currency What has been the poor peoples

complaint about the money supply since 1792? Too little money is being printed What do the poor want? More money printed Bimetallism What do the rich want? Stable currency

The gold standard Monetary Reform Relevant Presidents: No president is ever elected that fully supports bimetallism. In 1900, McKinley passes the Gold Standard Act. Monetary Reform

Soooo. . . . . Does monetary reform succeed or fail? Monetary reform fails. Whos happy? The rich. Civil Service Reform What are civil servants? Government employees.

Were these good or bad jobs back then? What is the spoils system? Whats another word for the spoils system? patronage Civil Service Reform Do the common people like or dislike the spoils system? Why? They want to end the spoils system. Want qualified people who are not corrupt

being paid by taxpayer dollars. Civil Service Reform Do the rich like or dislike the spoils system? They like the spoils system. Allows them to control government with their $. Oppose reform called Stalwarts.

Civil Service Reform Relevant presidents: Hayes supports it. No Congressional support. Garfield starts reform. Is assassinated by a Stalwart. His VP, Chester Arthur, was a stalwart.

Arthur turns into a reformer! Passes the Pendleton Act. Limits the jobs a new president can fire / hire for Requires civil service exams of government employees. Civil Service Reform Soooo.. Does Civil Service Reform succeed or fail? Succeeds! Whos happy?

The poor!

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