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Namriseofindustry

Flash cards on the rise of industry.

QuestionAnswer
Industrialism A system based on the use of machines rather than on animal or human power
Agricultural Revolution Helped industry to take root in Great Britain
Crop Rotation Rotating crops on three fields instead of two
Domestic System Merchants went from cottage to cottage, bringing sheep wool to workers
Factory System A method of production that brought machines and workers together in one place
Enclosure Movement Landowners could combine strips of land
Textile Woven cloth
Urbanization Movement of people from rural areas to cities
Monopoly Total control of industry
Zaibatsu Government and industrialist
Industrial Capitalism Based on the industrial production it's members built the factories and machines bought raw materials to produce goods, and found markets to sell them in
Partnership Involves two or more entrepreneurs that work together
Corporation Owned by stockholders who buys hares in a company
Trade Union An association of workers with the same skill who unite to improve wages, benefits, working conditions, and worker rights
Strike Refusal to work in order to force factory owners to talk with them
Socialism Society should own and control the Means of Production
Means of Production Factories, land, and raw materials
Created by: Nicholas Murphy on 2013-01-29



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