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    Rajeev Sahu The industrial revolution was a time of change for the vast majority of the entire world. Many big factories were being built on land that landowners owned, making them lose their wealth and land. Industrialization changed the way people had lived before. Industrialization improved the lives of people in Europe by creating an urbanized society, creating a better lifestyle, and technological innovations. Before industrialization urban societies was nonexistent, people had to…

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    INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION NEWSPAPER Anas Eisa October 1890 Changes Coming To England!! By: Man living at the city The industrial revolution was the shift in the way products were produced. The people started using machines and iron materials instead of their hands to produce products faster and easier at the factories. They use it to make there life easier and to make profit of the machines, that means that they are building them in their houses and selling them to other people. The…

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    The world is constantly evolving and has been marked over time by significant political and social, cultural, and intellectual revolutions. A social, cultural, and intellectual revolution typically occurs over a long period of time and results in major advancements for the global population. Of all the social, cultural, and intellectual revolutions there are three revolutions: the Scientific, the Industrial, and the Agricultural (first and second) that are considered to have been highly…

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    From the years of 1760 to 1840 the industrial revolution boomed through country after country of the western world. Nonetheless business wasn’t really booming till the post Civil War Era, thoughtfully penned as the Gilded Age. This was the time of industrial triumph in the US and the rest of the world. That is until the government started to impose itself on the people.The government should not have regulated business in the Industrial Revolution as these businesses started America’s financial…

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    Introduction This case is about the Roxanne Quimby, who is the founder of the Burt’s Bees, a company that manufactures the handmade crafts and beeswax product. At first, Burt’s Bee was located at Central Maine. Later, she shifted the company in North Caroline. However, now she is in dilemma whether to go back to Central Maine or not. Before she founded Burt’s Bee, she was the black sheep of the family. While every family member was a successful business person, she was not interested in…

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    The Industrial Revolution was a time period from 1750 to 1850. It was during this time in which the way of life for everyone changed dramatically. Peoples’ lives became easier while for others it just became more difficult. There are many reasons and explanations as why this was so and they all intertwine with the many outcomes of the revolution. These many outcomes came out as a positive effect or a negative effect. With the variety of effects came problems, injustice, riots, debates, and so…

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    During the 1800’s, Americans experienced a revolution in transportation. The Automobile gave Americans a new form of personal transportation. Trains, subways and elevated railways changed the way Americans traveled in cities. All of these forms of transportation helped create new opportunities The Industrial Revolution was a revolution because new technologies dramatically changed society and the economy. The subway is one of the products of industrial revolution. In the basic definition,…

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    Industrial Revolution, people worked on the farms. When the Industrial Revolution began, instead of staying in the rural countryside people moved to the busy urban cities. The Industrial Revolution created new jobs for operating the machinery in mills and factories. The people who stayed in the countryside usually farmed just enough to provide for them and their families. They had no wages and there were fewer jobs offered on farms. As a result, the new machines and inventions replaced farm…

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    Chicago was a densely populated city in the late 18th century, but now Chicago is a powerhouse of the American economy. The city started out as a small, but a densely populated city that favoured more industrial jobs that required factories to be built in the heart of the city. But as a large number of immigrants began to move into the city, the demand for more jobs became enormous. In the textbook, “Making America,” the only way Chicago could handle the demand for jobs was to expand. This…

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    The man who wrote the letter you are about to read will not show up in your textbooks. His name was Guy Goff and this was one of many letters he wrote to his wife during World War 1, this one specifically was written while he was stationed in France during the Paris Peace Conference to end World War 1. He wasn’t a politician and he wasn’t a diplomat, he was an assistant to those involved in the peace talks and got a front row seat to all of the political drama. Goff gives historians a…

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