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THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION I. General Comments II. Components A. Population Explosion B. Technological Innovations III. Impact A. Economic B. Social C. Political D. Environmental IV. Conclusion Terms: Luddites Reform Bill of 1832 spinning jenny biston betularia Tip for the Day: Keeping abreast of current events helps you in history classes because what goes on today has roots in the past. But don't rely on the Aggie for your news, especially world news!
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Unformatted text preview: Try public radio: KXJZ (88.9 FM) or KQED 89.3 (FM). Mornings and evenings they have in-depth news. Better still, there’s BBC (British) or CBC (Canadian) radio broadcasts either on the Net or sometimes aired through local public radio stations. Also check out the podcast: “Inside Europe”:,2142,3067,00.html...
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