Explain a long term-effect of the market revolution.

Explain a long term-effect of the market revolution.


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capo5094

capo5094

The manual labor system would complete collapse and we would fall in our economy therefore giving us a useless currency.

am2garcia5

am2garcia5

a growing lower class of property-less workers. many Americans labored for low wages and became trapped in endless cycles of poverty.

gavergan

gavergan

The agricultural explosion in the South and West and the textile boom in the North strengthened the economy in complementary ways. ...

The rapid development and westward expansion during the Market Revolution resulted in land speculation which caused economic boom and bust.

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Sushmitarai4934

Sushmitarai4934

By giving us an example of how people, including children, had to leave their homes and work in national markets that ripped families apart physically more than morally.
Larcom memoires was about the live of average americans during the early age of industrial revolutions. IT shown harsh reality where people lived on poverty within unsanitary environment that is created by the residual of manufcaturin process.

ErickP1686

ErickP1686

Explanation:

The power of the federal government grew under Henry Clay 's American System, which led to many improvements in the form of expanded roadways and canal systems. The rapid development and westward expansion during the Market Revolution resulted in land speculation which caused economic boom and bust

sdolina5

sdolina5

A growing lower class of people

amy1983

amy1983

It is B.

Explanation: