Feb7 - The Industrial Revolution: History and Myth What is...

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The Industrial “Revolution”: History and Myth What is industrialization, and what pre-conditions were necessary for it to occur? What were the social and political consequences of industrialization in the 19 th century? How is the “Industrial Revolution” as much a myth as a reality? Who invented it and Why? Key Terms: 1) Industrial “Take-Off” 6) DC Coleman and the Myth of the Industrial Revolution 2) Adam Smith and laissez-faire 7) Arnold Toynbee 3) Proto-Industrialization 8) Friedrich Engels 4) The Rocket 9) Industrial Revolution as Social Catastrophe 5) Proletarianization and the Proletariat 10) Industrial Revolution as England’s Finest Hour Started with the invention of the internal combustion engine o Mainly used to enhance the mechanization of production I. The Invention of the Industrial Revolution: History of a Myth (DC Coleman)
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