What benefits did the transportation revolution bring to trade and daily life for America


Answer 1
Answer: it allowed Americans to trade more frequently and faster
Answer 2

Answer:They enabled goods, people, and information to travel rapidly and efficiently across the United States.


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How did the assembly line improve industrial production



On this day in 1913, Henry Ford installs the first moving assembly line for the mass production of an entire automobile. In order to lower the price of his cars, Ford figured, he would just have to find a way to build them more efficiently. Ford had been trying to increase his factories' productivity for years.


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Due to there efficiency


Because of Henry Fords assembly like which helped him install the first moving assembly line for the mass production of an entire automobile tsking his cas as little as 12 hours to make.

What are scientists trying to find out in The Rise Of Oxygen In The Earths Atmosphere


Scientist's are trying to attach firm dates to the Rise of Oxygen in the Earth's early Atmosphere an event that, when it occurred more than 2 billion years ago, dramatically altered the planet's development.

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What is the idea of a shield law


What is a shield law?

A shield law provides statutory protection for the “reporters’ privilege” — legal rules which protect journalists against the government requiring them to reveal confidential sources or other information. Sometimes an overzealous prosecutor or law enforcement agency will subpoena a reporter’s notes or the identity of a source to aid an investigation or prosecution. A shield law would allow leakers and sources to feel safe approaching journalists to expose wrongdoing in society, similar to providing priests and psychiatrists the ability to provide some confidentiality to conversations, without concerns that a judge would require their identities or the information to be turned over to the federal government unless under very limited circumstances. The District of Columbia and 49 states have some level of protections from local and state agencies. No statutory protection exists at the federal level.

Did Thomas Jefferson invent the light bulb?


no, Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. It was invented several years after Jefferson's death.
I disagree. Thomas Jefferson invented Agricultural Science and Technology.  Thomas Edison, Joseph Swan and Hiram Maxim invented the Light Bulb.

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The guys look like they are in money bags so maybe it shows that they are bigger/has more weath and are over looking the people.

Railroads epitomized the nexus of business and politics in the Gilded Age in several ways.
Firstly, the rapid expansion of the rail network was driven by government land grants and subsidies, which created a strong connection between railroad companies and political institutions. This collaboration facilitated the growth of national markets, further strengthening the economic power of railroad companies.
Additionally, political influence was often used to secure favorable legislation, such as limited liability and preferential treatment for railroads, leading to monopolistic practices and increased wealth inequality.
Moreover, prominent businessmen known as "robber barons," such as Cornelius Vanderbilt and Jay Gould, exerted significant control over the railroad industry and manipulated political connections for their personal gain. Their influence on politics led to the adoption of policies that favored big businesses and stifled competition.

Which political party formed in 1854 to oppose slavery?


The Republican Party