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    The Industrial Revolution Subject: History Date issued: - /7/2015 Date Due: 31/7/2015 Blake King The industrial and economic developments of the Industrial Revolution brought both hardships and progresses. The Industrial Revolution made a huge change throughout the world, marking a major turning point for human history with significant social changes of the way people live and interact with each other. The industrial revolution brought progresses such as world trade and new inventions and…

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    conveyor belt helped companies, specifically the Ford Motor Company, mass produce products. Henry Ford first equipped the conveyor belt in his factory on December 1, 1913, effectively creating the first assembly line where many workers were given, small simple jobs to complete on each product instead of seeing an item from start to finish in production. Henry Ford amassed a generous amount of wealth because of the new method of production. Some may consider him a Robber Baron, an industrialist…

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    revolution was the transition from hand production methods to machine. This revolution, which happened at the 19th century in the Great Britain, has affected every single aspect of peoples’ everyday lives directly or indirectly. The industrial revolution promotes industrialization and it led to the creation of factories. The creation of factory, which was promoted by industrial revolution, improved the manufacturing process, and the improvements means that production was increased as the effect…

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    gaining wealth from other countries. The standard of living during the time of Agrarianism was based off of a person's farm and how hard the man worked to make a buck, unless he used slaves.Because of the invention of motors and the need for mass production due to wars, the industrial revolution changed American society and its politics. The shift from agrarianism to industrialization impacted American society and politics immensely because of the new changes it brought to the country. The shift…

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    Through his innovations, Henry Ford changed America forever. His innovations are the reason that many Americans’ desires are so readily accessible. Henry Ford’s innovations had a significant effect on American society in the early 1900s and continue to impact twenty-first-century American life. In the early 1900s, the Model T provided affordable and dependable transportation for the average American. Henry Ford’s dream was to build a motor car for the great multitude. It will be large enough…

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    conveyor belt helped companies, specifically the Ford Motor Company, mass produce products. Henry Ford first equipped the conveyor belt in his factory on December 1, 1913, effectively creating the first assembly line where many workers were given, small simple jobs to complete on each product instead of seeing an item from start to finish in production. Henry Ford amassed a generous amount of wealth because of the new method of production. Some may consider him a Robber Baron, an industrialist…

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    which began in Britain in the late 1700s, manufacturing was often accomplished in the home's of the people, with basic machines and hand tools. Economic development marked a change to powered, specific machinery, and large factories to provide mass production. The iron and textile trades, along with the development of the steam engine, played key roles for this era. While industrialization proved to be beneficial for some, for others it resulted…

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    motivated by profit and labor power, focused on the exploitation of the labor force. Beginning in the 19th century, competitive capitalism introduced the idea of reducing wage rates and different forms of production. Then came the era of organized capitalism, also known as Fordism, the era of mass production and introduction of assembly lines. Capitalism has proven to be a successful advancement in global economy and trade. (Knox, P., & Agnew, 1989, ch. 1-3). Although Capitalism provided…

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    Ford 's progressive headways in the revolutionizing of the assembly-line successfully delivered a car that was inside the financial compass of the average American. Assembly-line production permitted the cost of the Model T to be minimalized from $850 in 1908 down to under $300 in 1925. Ford reduced the cost of production per unit in order to decrease the price while still allowing his company to generate profit. This extra money in the pocket of the consumer allowed individuals to increase…

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    The industrial revolution had a great impact on the job market; there had suddenly become an abundance of job openings in cities all around the country. The Encarta’s artist rendition of this industrial plant portrays a factory centered at the heart of the city. Factories began sprouting up in cities all over. (Document #3) Factories that produced consumer goods such as clothing or other cloth items became very popular after James Hargreaves invention of the spinning jenny in 1764. James…

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