Standard HS-USHG6.1.1

Standard Type
Michigan Social Studies Standards

Factors in the American Second Industrial Revolution – analyze the factors that enabled the United States to become a major industrial power, including:

  • the organizational revolution.
  • the economic policies of government and industrial leaders.
  • the advantages of physical geography.
  • the increase in labor through immigration and migration.
  • the growing importance of the automobile industry.