Sg2 - lead to an industrial revolution What might it have led to instead 4 In the 17 th and 18 th centuries why did India and China have a

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History 104 Prof Farr Study Questions for Marks, Ch. 4 1. Big question: How and why did the Industrial Revolution occur? 2. Why did it happen in England and not in China or India? What did the constraints of the `biological old regime’ have to do with it? How did England escape them? 3. Why would textile production in England not necessarily
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Unformatted text preview: lead to an industrial revolution? What might it have led to instead? 4. In the 17 th and 18 th centuries, why did India and China have a competitive advantage in the production of textiles? Who bought their cotton, and why? What did the British do in response? 5. What did science and technology have to do with the industrial revolution?...
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