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World's Fairs of the Nineteenth Century
A look at the impact of 19th century World's Fairs.
# 131402 | 2,750 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2006 | US


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This paper explores the cultural impact of the World's Fairs that took place in the nineteenth century. First, the paper explains where these fairs took place and why. It also looks at who supported these events, particularly the wealthy that existed in the cities, and those that had a say in the future of industry and social advancement. The paper also looks at the role of the social elite in the world's fairs.

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"In the nineteenth century major cities throughout the world were beginning to establish them selves as urban fortresses that were competitive and socially significant within their own nations and among all people. This notion was adamantly supported by the wealthy that existed in the cities, especially those that had a say in the future of industry and social advancement. The social elite, therefore, found it necessary to us their societal position to educate others about their superiority through displaying the past, present and future of their own cultures, as well as..."

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