How did the telegraph improve American life during the Industrial Revolution?

How did the telegraph improve American life during the Industrial Revolution?

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The telegraph allowed hundreds of thousands of people all over the United States (and the whole world) to communicate with each other on great distances. The matters of the utmost urgency could be communicated faster, increasing the efficiency of the governmental and non-governmental organizations, navy and military, trade, production and so on. The telegraph made the state develop infrustructure (sometimes bringing civilization to the most distant corners of the country), create new work places, and educate more people.

Answered by Malik Campbell

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