Explain the varied responses to US industrialization, 1873 to 1917.

Essay THREE-this is what the essay must be aboutEssay 3Between 1873 and 1917,industrialization transformed the United States. Populists, organized labor,and progressive reformers responded to that transformation. For two of thesethree groups, explain who joined, what problems they identified, and whatsolutions they proposed. To what extent did each group achieve its goals?
Outcomes of Essay 3 must include:
Explain the varied responses to US industrialization, 1873to 1917.Use evidence to supporthistorical arguments.
Learning Resources: The United States, 1865-1917Needmore information about the following textbook?To getall the details about the recommended textbook, including full citations andcost estimates, see the Learning Resources section of the Competency Set Orientationmodule.PaulBoyer et al. The Enduring Vision: A History of the American People,Volume 2.Chapter 17: TheTransformation of the Trans-Mississippi West, 1860–1900Chapter 18: The Rise ofIndustrial America, 1865–1900Chapter 19: Immigration,Urbanization, and Everyday Life, 1860–1900Chapter 20: Politics andExpansion in an Industrializing Age, 1877–1900Chapter 21: TheProgressive Era, 1900–1917OverviewYour mastery of this competency is assessed through two essays. These essays evaluate your knowledge ofhistorical content and ask you to demonstrate historical skills. All essays are evaluated using a rubric Downloadrubricthat you can review in advance.Each essay is worth 8.3% ofyour final grade.You need to score at least 70% oneach essay to achieve mastery.These essays are graded bya faculty member.You can expect a grade within five businessdays after submission.You have three attemptsto complete each essay.You can resubmit each essay only ifyou score below 70%.In general, essays should be about 1,000words in length. This is a guideline, not a hardrule. Essays significantly less than 1,000 words do not usually go intoenough detail, and essays significantly longer than 1,000 words often gointo too much detail or fail to make coherent points concisely.Remember, you will use primary andsecondary sources from the textbook as evidence to support your essays.Using other sources is prohibited.General Rubric forAssessment Essays
A essays (90%-100%) havemany or all of these characteristics:
Thesis: The essay has a clearintroduction and a thesis that accurately conveys the main points andarguments contained in the body of the essay.Evidence: The essay contains numerous examples of appropriate, specific,historical evidence. Direct quotesdrawn from the text are indicated as such using quotation marks, and arecited appropriately.Structure: The essay follows a logical sequencethat makes arguments and their supporting evidence clear to the reader.Scope: The essay answers all parts of thequestion completely.Prose: The prose is clear, grammaticallycorrect, and contains few or no typographical errors.Perspective: The essay considers the historicalissues from the multiple perspectives of relevant groups within Americansociety.
B essays (80%-89%) havemany or all of these characteristics:
Thesis: The essay has anintroduction and thesis that are either somewhat unclear, not completelysupported by historical evidence, or not representative of the main pointsand arguments contained in the body of the essay.Evidence: The essay contains examples of appropriate, specific, historicalevidence, although more examples were needed or some of the examples wereneither appropriate nor specific enough. Direct quotes drawn from the textare indicated as such using quotation marks, and are cited appropriately.Structure: The essay follows a logical sequencethat usually makes arguments and their supporting evidence clear to thereader.Scope: The essay answers almost all parts ofthe question completely.Prose: The prose is clear, its grammar ismostly correct, and it contains only a few typographical errors.Perspective: The essay considers the historicalissues from multiple perspectives, but does not completely consider allrelevant perspectives.