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02.01 Regions Chart and Written Response
Part 1
Regions Chart
Category
North
South
West
Midwest
Political Labor Unions were formed to have representitives of workers because rich people wanted to make more money but the workers wanted to be paid more with better places to work at. most of the south was destroyed during the war so they had to restart from the bottom, both politically and ecomonically

They had a very little population, consisting mostly of chinese immigrants. However, they faced discrimination because of the wages they were seeking, they had most of what they gained taken away from them.

Rural areas had farmers that were politicallt active because they were in a region that social and political compaigns were held.

Social
Industry growth made the gap between rich and poor larger. So, Political views often were opposites.
Racial descrimination was still a problem in the south. Laws allowing discrimination made it hard for african americans to use the transportation. Many african americans left the south to work in the north. they had a small population, most people who did live there were farmers and people who got the natural resorces to be sent east.

The gap between rich and poor was a source of fighting and social reform movements came up in ohio and illinois. social and political campaigns took root here.

Economic or Type of Economy
The growth of manufactoring economy made a need for workers. It became destination for immagrants
They had to rebuild their economic structure because most industry and railroads were destryoed in the war. Also, the war freed the slaves so the labor force was gone. They remained mostly agricultural and developed the timber industry. Coal and iron in the Appalachian mountains made improvements on steel production in Alabama.

The agricultural inventions made farming more efficient but the west didnt have a very big population

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