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would make farming much more productive and much less intense period of labour. This then results in the beginning of large-scale crops like potatoes which then led to more livestock. However, this revolution also is responsible for the passing of the Enclosure Laws in 1760 which limited the common land space that is available to small farmers but greatly benefitted wealthy lords who would purchase mass quantities of land to push them out (Jensen, 2013). Not only did this revolution impact some people negatively, but it also put a strain on the environment. This revolution caused new demands being put onto the environment that was never considered before (Study). However, without this revolution, we would not be able to enjoy the luxury of fresh produce and foods to our availability at the grocery stores in mass quantities.
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Lastly, I feel that the Russian revolution is important when discussing revolutions in human history as it involves two revolutions that had occurred within the months of February and October in 1917 Russia. The revolution that occurred in February was primarily focused on the then capital of Petrograd which led to the collapse of the Romanov Empire and ultimately the Russian Empire. While this resulted in the abdication of Emperor Nicholas II, it also established the first provisional government in Russia. The second revolution which occurred in October was lead by Vladimir Lenin and the soviets who then overthrew the new provisional government and enforced a new communist government, which then was the creation of a Marxian socialist state with its new capital, Moscow. As each of these revolutions occurred in different places around the world, this demonstrates how interrelated countries and the people are. Although these happened all over the globe, it impacted each country and place whether it be in a positive or negative manner. However, these revolutions I feel are few of the most important when discussing human history. The Industrial revolution represents a new era that is all about efficiency by giving up hand production processes and introducing machines and factories. The Agricultural Revolution is very crucial as it is considered the first radical change in human society to our greatest benefit. Lastly, the Russian revolution is important as it not only changed Russia forever but also changed all of Europe. References "Agricultural and Industrial Revolution Impacts on Environment." Study.com. Accessed October 10, 2017. - impacts-on-the-environment.html . History.com Staff. "Industrial Revolution." History.com. 2009. Accessed October 9, 2017. . "Impact of the Industrial Revolution." Ecology Global Network. May 17, 2014. Accessed October 12, 2017. - revolution/.
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  • Fall '17
  • Steven Moore
  • Communism, agricultural revolution

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