Western Civilization 1648 to the Present_Cruz_Date_041310

Western Civilization 1648 to the Present_Cruz_Date_041310 -...

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The Industrial Revolution What was revolutionary in the Industrial Revolution What were the main historical changes that were brought about by the Industrial Revolution? The term “Industrial Revolution” First users were French observers around 1820 to describe the economic changes taking place in the British economy. In their observations they described a society in which the availability of goods was growing higher than anywhere else. English were the first modern consumer society Industrial Revolution The term Industrial Revolution was nonetheless popularized by the English economic historian and Oxford professor Arnold Yoynbee (1852) to describe England’s economic development from 1760 to 1840 The collection of his lectures, published posthumously as the Industrial Revoluion in 1884, as one of the first econmic histories of the Industrial Revolution “A rapid change in the methods of producting goods other hthan crops that involved a
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