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    Manchester Dbq Analysis

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    The city of Manchester grew to become a city of industry over the course of the 19th century. Several aspects of the Industrial Revolution affected the growth of Manchester, such as machines that streamlined the textile manufacturing process, and steam-powered engines and locomotives. At the dawn of the 19th century, Manchester’s growth served the rich at the cost of the poor, but by the third quarter of the century, reforms benefitted the proletariat as well. Manchester’s growth created a variety of investment opportunities, and many landowners and factory proprietors prospered from industry. However, in order for the rich to prosper, the working class had to work long shifts in hazardous conditions, only to be paid meagre wages. Fortunately,…

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    The issues of growth in Manchester were the average health of common people, the laws imposed on the common person, and space of the city. The people of Manchester reacted very negatively to the Industrial revolution changes while parliament workers thought very highly of the revolution. The city of Manchester battled health issues throughout the industrial revolution. Document 3 is an official document written by Thomas B. Macaulay in 1830 about how positively the industrial revolution is…

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    cotton mill was open in 1780, Manchester, England became the biggest textile manufacturer. Industrialization had many benefits for the city, but also had many consequences. Manchester's population in 1750 was 18,000, and by 1851, the population had risen to over 300,000. Most of the population were immigrants and the working class. With the big population, people needed jobs and homes, but the working and living conditions were not healthy or suitable. Even though Manchester is making money, the…

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    about the Manchester evening news and Manchester’s importance in the 1970s. The film is 14 minuets long and is in colour and has sound and it shows Manchester in the 1970s and how it’s developing as a city at that time. We see an insight into the new Manchester Evening News (MEN) offices, which stood neighbouring the Rylands library in the heart of Manchester city centre on Deansgate (see figure 1). The film was made between 1970-72 and was shot in colour, with a film gauge of 16mm. …

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    This is the story of how I learned to love Manchester United a soccer team that plays in the English premier league in England in which they have won that league a record thirteen times. Equally I feel they are the greatest soccer team to ever have played the beautiful game, I have never followed a team as intensely or had so much passion for a team to the point that I am willing to ignore the fact that we finished fifth last year and continue with the thought that we are the best team to have…

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    May 8, 2013, the most successful soccer manager of all time Sir Alex Ferguson retired. He managed Manchester United from November 1986 to May 2013. During his 26 years at the club he won 36 trophies including 13 Premier League and two UEFA Champions League titles(www.telegraph.co.uk). Since his departure, United have struggled to find a new identity with his successor, David Moyes lasting less than a year and Louis Van Gaal lasting two season. They started the new season with a new manager, Jose…

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    During the Industrial Revolution, the lives of the people drastically changed. The city of Manchester in England grew rapidly with the Revolution, and the city became a large production area. While the Industrial Revolution was happening all over England Manchester grew quickly and many issues arose with the development. The health conditions of the working areas are a large issue with the revolution especially from people who encountered the lower class areas directly. This thinking lead to…

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    The Journey Of My Life

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    I said goodbye to my father, and grandparents. Then I, my three brothers, sister, and mother headed towards Manchester airport where the largest portion of our trip would begin. The trip to Manchester airport lasted about two hours in which all I could do was dread this move. When we arrived at Manchester airport I immediately checked to see if our plane was delayed. I looked up with angst to see that the plane wasn’t delayed. I would have done anything, at the time, to lengthen my time in…

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    city of Manchester, its storyline closely paralleled the challenges met by the lower-class of her own region. Manchester trade took a turn for the worst, and taking immediate affect because of it were the mill workers. Other problems were the Poor Law, taking place in 1834, which introduced the brutal workhouse system of the time; there was the charter of the Chartists; the Anti-Corn Law League’s assembling of mercantile against landed interest. [The Corn Laws, instituted following the…

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    and 1891 in England. He spent his time writing from September of ‘84 until March of ‘85. Engles decided to learn about the conditions of the working while he was working in his a factory with his father at the age of 24 in Manchester, England. “Conditions of the working class of England” was written to help people around the world have an idea of what things were like for the working class of another country and how the short and long-term effects of the care they were given was. The book is…

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