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an increase in the middle class because of the Industrial Revolution. It began to increase in size as many started working as shopkeepers, skilled artists, engineers, architects, civil servants, and teachers. Mass production allowed for agricultural advances that provided inexpensive clothing, food, and shoes. “In western Europe just before World War I, two-thirds of the urban workforce, now rapidly outnumbering the rural labor force earned wages above the subsistence level” (Goff et al., 2007). The lower classes consisted of farmers, miners, and those with unskilled occupations and lived challenging conditions in cramped housings working over 59 hours a week. With vast bi-coastal lands, Dianaland’s armed and naval forces protected the country during a tumultuous time where other nations were beginning to feel the stirs of World War I. Its balance-of-power alliances with Great Britain, France and Portugal assured that in an imperial and industrial era, its trade and foreign interests were safe against enemies.
Nation Creation 4References:Goff, R., Moss, W., Terry, J., Upshur, J., & Schroeder, M. (2008). The Twentieth Century and Beyond: A Global History (7th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill
Nation Creation 5References(Please note that the following references are intended as examples only. Also, these illustratedifferent types of references but are not all cited in the text. In your paper, be sure everyreference entry matches a citation, and every citation refers to an item in the reference list.)Alexander, G., & Bonaparte, N. (2008). My way or the highway that I built. Ancient Dictators, 25(7), 14–31. doi:10.8220/CTCE.52.1.23-91Babar, E. (2007). The art of being a French elephant.