100410 industrialization and socialism

100410 industrialization and socialism - Industrialization...

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Industrialization and Socialism A controversial part of Western society I. Proto-Industrialization II. Mechanization III. The Factory System IV. England and the Spread of Industrialization V. Social Effects VI. Socialism VII. Marx and Engels VIII. Global Effects of Industrialization
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Origins of Industrialization Global Trade Population Increase Improved Economy
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Proto-Industrialization The “Putting Out” system (not as exciting as you might think) Farmers and extra work Textiles Guilds and restrictive rules in towns
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Mechanization The Industrial Revolution (1780-1880) John Kay - Flying Shuttle (1733) James Hargreaves - Spinning Jenny (1764) Samuel Compton - Spinning Mule (1799) Eli Whitney - Cotton Gin (1793)
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The Factory System Expensive machines Water power James Watt - Steam Engine (1763) Coal and Iron Railroads
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Typical Textile Factory
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Great Britain Starting in the 1780s Why Britain first? Small, secure country
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