History 2 Final Guide

History 2 Final Guide - Industrial Revolution I...

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Industrial Revolution I  PRE-INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY Agriculture Artisanry Cottage industry Agricultural revolution Putting-out system Commercial investments Manufacturing investments Monarchy and Academy of Sciences GREAT BRITAIN Technology Central Banking Internal and External Communications Stable Government Colonies:  External and Internal Markets COTTON INDUSTRY John Kay - Flying Shuttle (1733) James Hargreaves - Spinning Jenny (1764) Richard Awkwright - Water Frame (1765) Samuel Crompton - Spinning Mule (1777) Edmund Cartwright - Power Loom (1785)  STEAM POWER Thomas Newcomen - Atmospheric Engine(1695-1706) James Watt - Steam Engine (1785) External Condenser INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION II Puddling Steam-powered Bellows Rolling Mills
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REVOLUTION (STATISTICS)  Steel 1740 - 17,000 Tons 1788 - 68,000 Tons 1844 - 3,000,000 Tons   Cotton Imports 1750 - 5 million tons 1850 - 588 million tons STEAM POWER - OTHER APPLICATIONS  Fulton - Steamship Stephenson - Railroads (1825-1830) SPREAD OF STEAM POWER Cockerill - Belgium (1799) Harkort - Prussia (1832) ROLE OF BANKS Entrepreneurial Middle Class Investors Owners Managers Other Middle Classes Labor Conditions Laws SECOND INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Combustion Engine Electricity THE LIBERAL REVOLUTIONS ENLIGHTENMENT BACKGROUND Theory
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Liberty and Equality Economic liberty Freedom of Religion Natural Law Natural Rights Philosphers John Locke - Equality and Legitimacy Tabula rasa Montesquieu - Separation of Powers Rousseau - Absolute Democracy LIBERALISM THEORY -  Locke (Government Responsible to People & Human Equality) -  Montesquieu (Separation of Powers) - (Accomplishments and Failures) - SOCIAL BASES ADVANCES AND RETREATS:  Spain (1820) France (1830) Louis Phillipe - Citizen King  ENGLAND Corn Laws (1815) Pocket Borroughs   Chartism Reform Bill of 1832 National vs. Universal Cultures
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Social Bases  Belgium, Poland, Greece SOCIALISM Industrial Revolution Urban Problems Work problems Impoverishment Environmental Concerns Christian Utopias Buonarroti, Weitling, Blanqui LIBERAL WRITERS A. Smith, Malthus, Riccardo UTOPIAN SOCIALISM Claude St. Simon (1760-1825) Charles Fourier (1772-1837) Robert Owen (1771-1858) Commune Blanqui - The Person Who Makes the Soup  (1834) Blanc - Organization of Labor 
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