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    For many in the world, success comes in packages of green paper. Such was the case of the capitalists who shaped post-Civil War America. It was the time of the industrial revolution. Along with abundant fossil fuels, and the innovative machines they powered, the Industrial Revolution launched an era of accelerated change that continues to transform human society. It was the time of the greatest industrialists, financiers, and businessmen emerged. The powerful, wealthy industrialists, who…

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    Me: The industrial revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes between the period of time from about 1760 to between 1820 and 1840. It first started by the Britain and it processed to the United States in the early 19th century. It was first created to raise people’s standard of living. Before the revolution people were living on farmland, small towns or villages where there were little manufacturing. This includes the transitions from hand production methods to machines and…

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    The Industrial Revolution brought about significant changes to the world. It started in the mid – 1700’s in Great Britain, where changed impacted rural life, cultivation, and fossil fuel as a means for power. Innovation was introduced to the world, but there were also adverse consequences that came along with it. The population increased which affected the rise in living norms, which steered the reduction of everyday resources. The pollution became a major issue, due to the coal burn offs that…

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    Introduction: The industrial revolution was the great increase production of machine-made goods. It began in England in the mid 1700’s. There were more job opportunities and life and work conditions changed drastically for many people. The factories had all the resources needed to make their products, however they needed workers. Women and children were considered cheap labor; therefore they worked many hours receiving little money. Child Labor was used in the 17th century, unfortunately this…

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    The industrialization in Europe brought about both beneficial and damaging characteristics to the lives of Europeans. In one particular city, Manchester, England, the industrialization movement made a dramatic impact on lives in the eighteenth century. In just less than a century, the population of Manchester grew by the thousands. Along with this population increase, the number of factories and mills increased creating more manufactured goods and job opportunities. Sounds like a good thing,…

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    The Victorian Age was the most important time period in the history of England. The time period was filled with extraordinary inventions, cultural changes, and the development of literature. New inventions helped boost the economy, and along with cultural changes, separated social classes even more. During the Victorian Age, the rich got richer, and the poor got poorer. Greed was at a resounding high, and poverty was at an appalling low. Evidence of these social classes can be found in the time…

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    A second change within the lives of the people by the Industrial revolution was that they had to become used to working on the clock. Working on the clock means that they were required to record hours and work with precise clock times. This is a dramatic change to people, especially if they used to work on farms where the only clock that they had was the sun. Stearns, the author of Interpreting the Industrial Revolution, says “Studies on the new discipline imposed by time-management and other…

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    In the 19th, there was a boom in the industrial revolution. The world was transitioning from farming to railroad lines and steel production. People were getting jobs in factories and steel mills. With the new revolution, there was a rise in economic systems such as capitalism and socialism. While capitalism is a free market economy(meaning little to no government in businesses), socialism is a mixed economy(meaning the government may control and provide things like utility, water, and etc.)…

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    Perhaps the greatest president of the United States was Theodore Roosevelt. In the two terms that he served, Roosevelt was able to bring the nation to levels of prosperity and success that were never thought possible. He was not like any other president; Theodore Roosevelt knew what he wanted to change and exactly how he was going to use his political power. He touched the lives of thousands when he took charge and terminated the corruption going on in the country during his time. Roosevelt…

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    During the Industrial Revolution the world as we know it today started to take form. New inventions were becoming developed at a very rapid speed all over the world. At the end of the nineteenth century the telegraph, camera, and electricity was invented (Fiero, 2015). This period brought forth many goods and job opportunities for the economy. These inventions were not the easiest to produce until the Industrial Revolution came about and switched the production from people to machines. A group…

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