The Mechanical Upheaval , 1700–1900.


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Part 25 QUIT The Modern Upset , 1700–1900 Part Diagram Course of events The Beginnings of Industrialization 1 Area Examples of Progress: Industrialization 2 Segment MAP Industrialization Spreads 3 Segment A Period of Changes 4 Segment Chart Visual Synopsis Section
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Part 25 QUIT The Industrial Revolution , 1700–1900 Chapter Overview Time Line The Beginnings of Industrialization 1 SECTION Patterns of Change: Industrialization 2 SECTION MAP Industrialization Spreads 3 SECTION An Age of Reforms 4 SECTION GRAPH Visual Summary

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CHAPTER 25 Chapter Overview HOME The Industrial Revolution , 1700–1900 During the 1800s, Britain, the United States, and some European nations experience a fast procedure of industrialization. The Industrial Revolution makes extraordinary riches additionally incredible social and monetary imbalance, provoking a reaction of change .

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CHAPTER 25 1900 1700 HOME The Industrial Revolution , 1700–1900 Time Line 1701 Jethro Tull designs seed drill . 1793 Eli Whitney concocts cotton gin . 1825 First railroad line manufactured in England . 1875 British unions win right to strike . 1765 James Watt constructs steam motor . 1807 Robert Fulton dispatches first steamboat . 1848 Marx and Engels distribute Communist Manifesto .

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1 HOME The Beginnings of Industrialization Key Idea In Britain, changes in farming establish the frameworks for the Industrial Revolution. Other factors—including sufficient assets, an extending economy, and political stability—provide the conditions for the fast development of industry . Review Assessment

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1 TERMS & NAMES MAIN IDEA HOME The Beginnings of Industrialization Overview • Industrial Revolution • fenced in area • crop pivot • industrialization • variables of generation • plant • business person WHY IT MATTERS NOW The Industrial Revolution began in England and soon spread somewhere else . The progressions that started in Britain made ready for present day modern social orders . Evaluation

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1 Section Assessment Natural Resource Use 1. Coal 2. 3. 4. HOME The Beginnings of Industrialization 1. Take a gander at the realistic to help sort out your contemplations. List four regular assets required for industrialization and how every asset is utilized. Fuel new machines Construct new machines, devices, structures Iron metal Rivers Inland transportation Docking stations for vendor delivers Good harbors proceeded with . . .

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1 HOME The Beginnings of Industrialization 1 Section Assessment 2. What impact did business people have upon the Industrial Revolution ? Consider • new mechanical advancements • business opportunities • increment in success ANSWER Entrepreneurs served to advance the Industrial Revolution, in light of the fact that they were investing so as to will to hazard their capital it in new creations and endeavors. Conceivable Response: End of Section 1

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2 PATTERNS OF CHANGE HOME Industrialization CASE STUDY:  Manchester MAP Key Idea Industrialization changes British society: urban areas develop, work examples change, and a white collar class rises. The city of Manchester turns into an eminent sample of the advantages and disadvantages of the new mechanical age . Review Assessment

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PATTERNS OF CHANGE TERMS & NAMES MAIN IDEA HOME Industrialization 2 CASE STUDY:  Manchester MAP Overview • urbanization • white collar class WHY IT MATTERS NOW The manufacturing plant framework changed the way individuals lived and met expectations, presenting a mixture of issues . The troublesome procedure of industrialization is being rehashed in some less-created nations today . Evaluation

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2 PATTERNS OF CHANGE 1. High society 2. Upper Middle Class 3. Lower Middle Class 4. Common laborers HOME Industrialization CASE STUDY:  Manchester MAP 2 Section Assessment 1. Take a gander at the realistic to help sort out your contemplations. List the social classes in modern England, and rundown the sorts of workers and experts included in every gathering. Landowners, privileged people Factory proprietors, traders, government representatives, specialists, legal counselors, chiefs Factory administrators, talented laborers Workers in processing plants, mines proceeded with . . .

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2 PATTERNS OF CHANGE HOME Industrialization CASE STUDY:  Manchester MAP 2 Section Assessment 2. How did industrialization add to city development? Consider • development of industry • making of occupations • the financial favorable circumstances of centralization ANSWER Industrialization advanced the development of urban communities on the grounds that the processing plant framework prompted assembling merchandise in a focal area, and this, thusly, made employments and monetary open door. Conceivable Response: proceeded with . . .

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2 PATTERNS OF CHANGE HOME Industrialization CASE STUDY:  Manchester MAP 2 Section Assessment 3.  How may a plant proprietor have supported the unforgiving conditions in his processing plant? Consider • class refinements • the spread of production lines • monetary benefits ANSWER The industrial facility proprietor may have trusted that without occupations a significant number of his laborers would starve; that diligent work is superior to anything no work; all processing plants had the same conditions so his were no more terrible; that on the off chance that he were profiting, that was all that mattered. Conceivable Responses: End of Section 2

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3 HOME Industrialization Spreads Key Idea Industrial advancements venture out from Britain to America, bringing on a modern blast in the United States. Industrialization likewise spreads to mainland Europe and adds to the ascent of government . Outline Assessment

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3 TERMS & NAMES MAIN IDEA HOME Industrialization Spreads Overview • company WHY IT MATTERS NOW The industrialization that started in Great Britain spread to different parts of the world . The Industrial Revolution set the stage for the development of cutting edge urban areas . Evaluation

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3 Worldwide Effects HOME Industrialization Spreads 3 Section Assessment 1. Take a gander at the realistic to help compose your contemplations. Give three samples of the impacts of industrialization on the world. Broadened crevice in the middle of industrialized and non-industrialized nations Strengthened monetary ties between nations Promoted colonization proceeded with . . .

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3 HOME Industrialization Spreads 3 Section Assessment 2. Rehash the quote by Lucy Larcom. Do you contemplate working in the plant are ordinary? Why or why not ? Consider • her encounters in a factory • her conceivable predisposition ANSWER Yes: She is by all accounts talking as a young lady from New England who decided to work in the plant and was satisfied with the experience. No: Since she recorded her considerations and encounters in a diary or diary, she may have been more free than most young ladies. Conceivable Responses: End of Section 3

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4 HOME An Age of Reforms GRAPH Key Idea Industrialization incites positive and negative responses in the public arena. A few logicians laud the excellencies of free market private enterprise, while others advance communism, unionization, and a mixture of change developments intended to limit the brutal impacts of industrialism . Review Assessment

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4 TERMS & NAMES MAIN IDEA HOME An Age of Reforms GRAPH Overview • free enterprise • Adam Smith • private enterprise • utilitarianism • communism • Karl Marx • socialism • union • aggregate dealing • strike WHY IT MATTERS NOW The Industrial Revolution prompted monetary, social, and political changes . Numerous current social welfare projects created amid this period . Evaluation

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4 Capitalism Only Marxism Only HOME An Age of Reforms GRAPH 4 Section Assessment 1. Take a gander at the realistic to help arrange your musings. Thoroughly analyze private enterprise and Marxism. Both Supported individual opportunity; contradicted government mediation; guided by benefit thought process; singular responsibility for property Economic courses of action integral to society Factors of creation possessed by individuals; legislative control of industrial facilities, mines; anticipated working class unrest proceeded with . . .

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4 HOME An Age of Reforms GRAPH 4 Section Assessment 2. What were the principle issues confronted by the unions amid the 1800s? How did the unions beat these issues? Consider • government confinements • work changes • gifted laborers versus incompetent specialists ANSWER Workers were denied the privilege to shape unions; unions and strikes banned; untalented laborers did not have much haggling force. Unions battled back by getting their individuals to decline to work; unions motivated Parliament to annul the Combination Acts. Conceivable Responses: proceeded with . . .

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4 HOME An Age of Reforms GRAPH 4 Section Assessment 3.  According to Marx and Engels, monetary strengths alone command society. How imperative do you think such powers are? Consider • different strengths, similar to ethnic loyalties, wish for popular government • reasons for the Industrial Revolution • the class structure ANSWER Economic powers overwhelm all ranges of society. Certai

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