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    little for how much they worked, pressure of globalization led to trafficking and forced labor. Source 2 In source 2 we see lots of pollution, this was one of the downfalls of Industrial Revolution, The use of machinery and factories led to mass production, which led to the development of numerous environmental hazards. These environmental hazards led to lots of diseases and the young kids that were working in these factories dying, there were no pollution laws to stop this from happening so…

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    started its industrial revolution particularly by advances concerning textile, iron, and coal industry. The United states started its industrial revolution by much more different things which concerned transportation, electricity, and efficient production of goods. Inventions such as the steam engine had positive effects on both Britain and the United states, while systems like the free enterprise had negative and positive effects alike. Overall, the industrial revolution in these countries can…

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    in their backyards. They would use a barter system if they had any additional crops. Most of the manufacturing was done in people’s home, but that all changed with the Industrial revolution. The Industrial revolution was the beginning of mass production with the use of large specialized tools powered by coal. The steam engine played a big role in the development and “success” of the Industrial revolution. Although the revolution was a success, it was also a failure in the way the common…

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    so rapidly from villages had no arrangements at all to cater the population that was migrating from other places.These towns had only the most elementary arrangements or none like ,for providing water,cleaning refuse or sewage or for treating mass epidemics.Limted water supplies was contaminated by sewage,there were quite inadequate arrangements fro disposal of waste and the garbage was piling up .Overcrowding grew worse as the dwellings per acre and also more people per…

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    to experience hard work and living conditions. Even though some may have benefited from it in some way, it was not worth the pain and suffering. Some causes of the industrial revolution was complex to begin with. Industrialization was a mass factory production across the globe. England was the first…

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    as gave insight to specializing and making the work force more efficient in the factories. By having enormous complexes filled with workers working hourly, production totals doubled and even tripled achieving more economic…

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    The industrial revolution changed the way that people lived in their everyday lives. With mass production, thanks to the assembly line, people were able to make and consume products at a much faster rate than ever before in history. However, there was a downside to this shift in living. This downside manifested itself in the form of waste. This waste could come in many shapes, colors, smells, and toxicity, but regardless it soon became a problem that has persisted to this very day. People who…

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    Did you ever think about how the way we view literature was impacted by? In the 18th century, the Industrial Revolution made a huge impact in the world with there new and improved changes. Also during that time period, Realism was showing literature a new way to view stories. Charlotte Perkins Gilman was a famous Realism author in the 18th century,who wrote a well-known story, “The Yellow Wallpaper”. This story is about a lady who was consider needing help, was lock in a house not leaving the…

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    The Goal Chapter Summary

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    I chose to read “The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement” by Eliyahu M. Goldratt because of its high esteemed recognition throughout the business world. This book introduced a new concept called the Theory of Constraints, as well as illustrating real life examples of bottlenecks and managerial issues that determine the success of a manufacturing company. The story revolves around Alex, a father and husband, who works as a manager of UniCo Manufacturing in charge of the injection molding…

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    The Industrial Revolution changed the European economy from an agricultural economy to an industrial one. England was the center of the Industrial Revolution, and from England, it was spread to other European countries. This shift in economy happened gradually, and its peak was in the nineteenth century. The Industrial Revolution happened as a result of the rebuilding of London, the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment Movement, and it restructured the mold of living in England. There was…

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