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The development made the economic industries grow, facilitating trade and promoted economic openings for people, the global infrastructure demands were big. The emphasis is on economic performance and how it was affected by new technologies, especially those that improved productivity, the main cause of economic growth.
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Article - by Richard C. Schragger Volume 96 - Issue 6. American cities are under attack. The last few years have witnessed an explosion of preemptive legislation challenging and overriding municipal ordinances across a wide range of policy areas. State—city conflicts over the municipal minimum wage, LGBT antidiscrimination, and sanctuary city laws have garnered the most attention, but these conflicts are representative of a larger trend toward state aggrandizement.
Two factors characterize the rising great powers during the industrial era: the first is the accumulation of power and wealth; the second is the use of this power and wealth either to obtain a dominant position or to reshape the international order.
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