USA is a very large country. Railroads were a very good way for fast transportation of people, food and manufactured goods accross land. Traver or transportation by train was fast, relatively cheap and enabled to move great volume of goods from one point to another.
Shipping the goods and more transportation brought people here to have economic growth
Railroads were important in transporting workers to cities in Europe and the US. Railroads contributed to the growth of population in urban areas as well.
Railroads help people get where they needed to be quickly. This facilitated businesses and transactions that led to growth in the US.
Democracy has nothing to do with capitalism, which is the economic system in the US. It would be capitalism that would be important to buying products. While democracy does not hinder economic growth, it does not help it either.
Advertising led to US economic growth in the 1950s.
I think that the US influenced the long-run economic growth by the growth agriculture and industry
I'm trying to figure it out too.... It's either A) Americans have discovered that economic growth i the only way to achieve economic equity B) Americans have discovered that economic growth is needed to bettter satisfy the wants and needs of a growing population C) Economic growth leads to price stability One of those answers... >_<
Railroads played a large role in improving travel and transportation in the US and Europe, especially in the 18th century.
U.S. factory production catalyzed by WWII played a part in US economic growth in the 1950s.
Growth of the railroads
There was a steady growth cycle with no recessions
That's a good question.
The economic climate of the US in the 1950s was seen to be stagnant. However, in the 1960s, there was gradual growth in the US economy.
Industries doing very well and growth of domestic consumerism led to U.S. economic growth in the 1950s.
It made the country what it is (or was, as per, say, 1955) by connecting the country together.
U.S industries doing very well helped economic growth in the 1950s.
US productivity in manufacturing U.S. industrial power the growth of domestic consumerism
led to greater economic and population growth in the South, Southwest, and West
Full Employment Economic Growth Price Stability Economic Freedom Economic Security Economic Equity Efficiency
The growth of domestic consumerism. U.S. industries were doing very well.
The industrial power of the United States