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In a vast growing nation where the population was increasing and demands were over exceeding supply made it a difficult era for many Americans Industrialization had opened up many jobs and urbanization was in full effect which is the moving from farms and rural life to the cities played a great role on the Country With large population in the cities and more and more immigrants moving in a crime rates exceeding the Country was in trouble In a struggling nation with many waters not tested it was destine for failure With vast urbanization and immigration into the country cities were over populated and growing and an astonishing rate For example in the Devil in the White City Monroe writes The firm grew so did the city it got bigger taller and richer but it also grew dirtier darker and more dangerous Monroe pg 27 28 What this states is that with the vast growth to the cities companies began to grow more jobs were available but not all was good People living in the city were not use to that many people and they were shell shocked Some not so pleasant were going on For instance on average two mortalities happened at rail crossings every day Larson Pg 12 The way the book The Devil in the White City describes Chicago is its like a war zone and this fits the picture for most vast growing cities in this era They didnt have sewage waste management people were getting sick factories were polluting the air and if all that wasnt bad enough the crime rate was at an all time high With that many people in the growing cities it was easy for somebody who was not part of the big picture to go unnoticed Like Dr Holmes did in the book Here was this murder who used his people skills and
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