The Industrial Revolution

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This Scott, who originally made musical instruments, also was responsible for perhaps the most significant invention of the Industrial Revolution - the steam engine.
The term used to describe the rapid growth of cities as a large percentage of the population moved from the country to the city
This machine was invented around 1764 by James Hargreaves. It wound several spools of thread around a spindle and allowed workers to work with p to 80 spindles at a time.
This man built a rifle with interchangeable parts, but he is most famous for building the cotton gin.
This limited labor by young children in Britain to an eight hour work day.
Starting in the sixteenth century, Parliament passed acts that transformed open fields or communally owned land into privately owned, fenced-in fields that could be more intensely and profitably farmed by individual owners. This was known as ??
A movement of British workers that attempted to stop the Industrial Revolution through a campaign of destroying factory machines, which they blamed for unemployment.
In his novel, Hard Times, this man wrote of the dangerous and polluted environment of factories and of the discouraged, exhausted workers that were characteristic of this time in a fictional town called Cokeville.
A new theory of government concerning economics and trade. It encouraged private ownership of property, free enterprise, competition, and minimal government interferance in business.
In 1815, the English Parliament established this to study factory conditions. They thoroughly interviewed workers to discover the trueevents of their work day.
This man published "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation" in 1817. In it, he justified low pay and proposed the "iron law of wages," which said that if wages were left to the laws of supply and demand, they would fall to near subsistence level.
The passage of this marked a turning point in British history by increasing the number of voters, redrawing election zones and eliminating rotten boroughs.
This was the largest industrial city in all of Britain and the center of cotton manufacturing. One onserver once called it "The enterance to hell realized" and Elizabeth Gaskell wrote a book exposing the harsh reality of industrial life here.
This, also known as the German Customs Union, removed many of the tariff barriers in the German states and made trade cheaper and easier.
This man was a factory owner that believed a person's character was formed by the effects of their environment. As a result, he refused to mistreat his employees like many of his colleagues. He published "The Formation of Character" and "A New View of Society" and his cooperative philosophy influenced several worker's movements and played an important role in establishing the Grand National Conslidated Trade Union in 1834.
This political theory was a backlash to laissez faire capitalism. In it the government owns and operates the major means of production and distribution, determines the needs of the people, and plans the economy.
These forbid the formation of trade unions and worker's strikes in Britain. They were repealed by Parliament in 1824.
The first truly significant change in the speed of communication came with the first workable telegraph which was succesfully demonstrated in 1844. It was invented by this man.
English philosopher Herbert Spencer popularized this belief that theory of "survival of the fittest" should be applied to the marketplace and that concentration of wealth in the hands of the "fit" would benefit the human race.
In France, this encouraged business interests, kept taxes low, and sometimes maintained high tariffs that protected special interests, therefore not following the trend of laissez faire government.
In the trade guilds that were popular at the beginning of the industrial Revolution, this was the beginning level, before craftsman and master.
Also known as domestic industry, this was the system in which merchant-manufacturers sought labor in the counrty side to produce goods. This was partially done to compete with the guilds.
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