Jethro Tull: The Industrial Revolution

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Franklin D. Roosevelt explained, “Prosperous farmers mean more employment, more prosperity for the workers and the business men of every industrial area in the whole country.” Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd president for the United States and is famous for providing unemployed Americans with the New Deal. The Industrial Revolution was the increased production of goods by use of machines or other technological advancements. Industrialization caused a major shift in technologies which eventually paved the way for the modern industrial world.
The Agricultural revolution began in England with the plentiful natural resources and contained a large amount of workers. Along with the natural resources, England also had an expanding economy. The citizens of England invested in many new inventions and the international trade increased. These factors of production allowed England to increase the production of goods to assist the demand for them. A man by the name of Jethro Tull decided to take action on the plentiful amount of seeds being wasted by farmers. Tull solved the problem with his invention called the seed drill. This drill allowed farmers to sow seeds in spaced out rows and greater depths. The new inventions, like the seed drill, dehumanized the work on the fields. This dehumanization allowed these farmers to move to the cities to look for work. The seed drill today has numerous advancements to allow farmers to have no stress sowing seeds. Basically, Jethro Tull’s invention began a new
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The countries of this age can finally afford most products due to mass-production. Before the Industrial Revolution, people were working for little pay and under harsh working conditions. Now, through taxes, governments can now invest in improvements for the citizens. Not only did the Industrial Revolution improve goods and jobs, it most importantly gave people a hope for improvement in all types of

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