How did railroads change the U.S. conception of time in the late nineteenth century?

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How did railroads change the U.S. conception of time in the late nineteenth century?

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Set up many competing local time zones. B) Established a few standardized and geographically large time zones. C) Created a single time-zone for the entire U.S. D) Did away with train schedules. 2. Which word or words do NOT describe economic development in the late nineteenth century? A) Growth. B) Volatility. C) Stability. D) Overproduction. 3. Which grew at a faster rate, 1865-1900? A) Agriculture. B) Manufacturing. 4. Which grew at a faster rate, 1865-1900? A) Rural America. B) Urban America. 5. Which grew at a faster rate, 1865-1900? A) Self employed workforce. B) Wage labor force. 6. Which grew at a faster rate, 1865-1900? A) Residents born in the U.S. B) Immigrants. 7. Which of the following characterized the trend in income distribution in the U.S., 1865-1900? A) Growing income equality. B) Growing income inequality. C) No significant change in income distribution. 8. Between 1870-1890, real wages (how much your wages can buy) for working Americans: A) Increased. B) Decreased.

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