Instructions: In response to the essay prompt below, craft an argumentative essay using evidence from Land of Enterprise: A Business History of the United States. While the essay requires you to incorporate relevant examples and references from the historical monograph, you should also include other materials from the course up to this point such as in-class lectures and other readings (Building the American Republic and Major Problems) to help support your main thesis. The paper needs to be 1,200 words (roughly 4 double-spaced pages), 12-point font, Times New Roman, and one-inch margins all around. Please cite specific authors and page numbers in parentheses at the end of sentences. (Waterhouse, 145) (Cobb and Blum, 100). In the top right hand corner of your essay you should include your name, followed by the course and section number, last name of instructor, followed by the semester and year. Essay Prompt: In his “New South” speech (1886), newspaper editor Henry W. Grady pointed to the region’s economic expansion in the post-Civil War period. In particular, he referenced its turn toward the national industrial economy. If you were in a similar position as Grady, what would you argue were the most significant changes to the U.S. economy between 1865 and 1915? You might consider these changes in relationship to region (North, South, or West) and from a number of perspectives (big business, workers, African Americans, women, and immigrants) to show how they were shaped within the new American landscape.