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    place in people's lives and work. The population went from being agricultural to industrial. Transporting raw material and goods was an important part in the Industrial Revolution. Changes in industry and new technology resulted in an increased production…

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    Industrial Revolutions Transformation The Industrial Revolution was a major importance to the economic development of America in the 18th-19th century. The Industrial Revolution developed three important improvements into the United States. First transportation through the steamboat and railroads were expanded, Secondly technology advances such as electricity and the telephone was established, and last and but least improvements to the national marketing were made. I believe this major…

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    Case Study: Rana Plaza

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    What occurred in Rana Plaza was horrible and unethical. I am amazed it’s not illegal. People’s life should not be endangered just so companies can make a profit and get clothes at a cheaper price. What had occurred at Rana Plaza, a textile industry, was that employees were not only exploited, but put to work in hazardous conditions. The woman who was responsible for the safety conditions was never told to report papers that showed the conditions of the building. Owners of textile factories and…

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    product. Eventually, the workers grew stronger and cut down the time to produce a product. History.com states “Average assembly time dropped from 20 minutes to 13 minutes and soon was down to five minutes” (History.com). It shows how some hour productions were shortened to five minutes just with the help of a few extra hands. Lastly, it increased the population of many countries. Some may argue that this is a negative. It is a positive because it made a larger middle class causing less people to…

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    The Industrial Revolution was started in Great Britain during the mid-1700’s. The Industrial Revolution started in Great Britain because they had many factors to help them. The Industrial Revolution was at first negative on the people working in the factories, but then got better as the government got involved. The Industrial Revolution had both negative and positive effects on the worker during the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution in the beginning was not a pleasant time…

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    Throughout the Victorian era many inventions were being made and technology was developing at an exponential rate. While it made the lives of many a great deal easier their creation came with a cost. To develop many of the inventions and to fuel the the Victorian era many began to move from their homes in the country close to nature and earth into the ever increasing cities. Due to this great migration of sorts art and literature were less focused on and science and industry became the rulers of…

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    The industrial revolution was a transition from an agricultural society to a more technological, urban society. Laborers were needed as an abundance of factories opened in cities. It was very common for women and children to work in the factories. However, the factories were cruel to employees, unsanitary, and a huge hazard to children. Many factory owners would beat the children with sticks and whips. In a primary source by John Birley ,who worked at a cotton mill since the age of 5, it is…

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    Problems In America During The Market Revolution The market revolution transformed from small-scale production for local use to the rise of large-scale production in manufacturing. In the early nineteenth century the market revolution expanded the marketplace by means of transportation, such as the construction of new railroads and canals that interconnected for the first time. The Erie Canal provided a successful source of transportation. Dewitt Clinton passed a bill to provide the funds to…

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    Late 1800s Dbq

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    There were many problems during in America during the late 1800s and early 1900s. It was a very bad time for many. There was child labor, bad treatment in asylums, monopiles, muckrakers and more.These problems were later changed. Child labor was a major problem during the progressive era. Families who couldn't afford much had their kids work. From them being small they could climb into small areas and fix what's needed that adults can't do. The kids got payed less than adults which is why were…

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    Industrialization DBQ

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    While some might argue that the Industrialization had primarily negative consequences for society, it was actually a positive thing for society. Children got laws to not work unless they were an adult, more jobs started to come and, better sources of food and nutrition started to happen. Transportation became more efficient as many new inventions started to being made. Industrialization’s positive effects were more jobs, More inventions, and more efficient transportation. One of the…

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