There are several causes of industrialism. Furthermore, there are different interpretations for each causes¹ apparent worth. Below, I will attempt to describe my opinions about the importance for each cause for the seven causes of industrialism.
The United States of America is a very large, and lucky country. We have fertile farm lands on one end, mountains on the other, and desert somewhere in between. Our size and location gives us a great amount of
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of the companies that were in the railroad building business. That is why I chose Government Policies as the sixth most important cause for industrialism.
Government policies kept everyone who was involved with railroad building happy. This led to what I chose for the seventh most important cause for industrialism: Positive Attitudes. Also, positive attitudes led to more railroad building because of the fact that people get more accomplished when they have a positive attitude.