The Industrial Revolution transformed Europe

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The Industrial Revolution transformed Europe, it changed the way how the world produced goods. It also changed the societies and political views of the people of the time. With the introduction of new technology many people that produced hand crafted goods were out of a job due to the fact that a manufacture produced the same good faster and cheaper. This idea so faster and cheaper grew throughout the manufacture world. New ideas of economy arose manufactures did not want the interference of government in the dog eat dog world of business. The lower society of people were struggling to survive and the idea of socialism developed, the idea of equality and equal distribution of income. The Industrial Revolution introduced to the world a new way of manufacturing, a new way in running the economy and a new political standpoint such as socialism. The Industrial Revolution changed the manner of work and labor. It removed the old ways producing that had existed in Europe for centuries and replaced it with a new one. Before people worked at a slow pace and made the products by hand. But with the introduction of manufacturing it made products quickly and cheaply as possible. The Industrialization of Europe was revolutionary because it changed the productivity
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