S: Industrial Revolution
FC: Industrial Revolution By Dylan Galloway
1: Table Of Contents: 1. What is the Industrial Revolution? 2. Ways life was different 3. Major causes 4. Technology Influence 5. Migration 6. How the economy was changed 7. Political Changes
3: What is the Industrial Revolution? The Industrial revolution was a time when industries were growing quickly in during the 1700 and 1800's. It was a major change in the way people worked, thought, and lived.
4: The food wasn't as good in quality, and there wasn't as much of it. Not as many people lived in the big cities, and most lived in areas in the middle of nowhere. And instead of people doing work with machines, they had to do it by hand! | Chapter two: Ways life was different
5: Chapter three: Major Causes Britain had lots of people willing to invest in businesses, and plenty of people to do the labor Britain had lots of coal They had inventors that sped up the time it took to make goods
6: Chapter four: Technology influence Technology made the way people made goods much quicker and easier some examples of technology is: The Locomotive, power loom, and flying shuttle.
7: Chapter five: Migration People migrated from areas with little people to big cities because of a chance for stable pay, and instead of having to raise all their own food, they could buy it from shops
8: Chapter six: How the economy was changed Britain's economy was changed from the use of child labor, low wages, and dangerous working conditions. The cheap cost to run the factories made the business owners rich, and the workers barely anything
9: Another change is that gave cities more representation in parliament | Some political changes were that the middle class benefited from the lower class having to do hard labor and long hours by getting cheaper items | Chapter Seven: Political changes | http://blog.syracuse.com/shelflife/2008/03/einstein2.jpg
10: Chapter eight: Types of economic systems: Capitalism: Economic system where the means of production are owned by private individuals. Socialism: Most means of production owned by the government. Communism: All goods owned by government.
11: http://hawaii.gov/hawaiiaviation/publications/above-the-pacific-by-william-j-horvat-1966/images/EarhartPlaneHonoluluToCoast19350108.jpg | Chapter nine: How do the ideas of Socialism and Marxism differ from Capitalism? Socialism and Marxism are about equality, and government control. Capitalism is focused on competition and privately owned businesses.