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7-3.4 S.S.

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.
Enclosure movement This movement began when parliament allowed large landowners to fence off common lands.
Textile Woven cloth
Crop rotation Rotation of crops
Domestic system A system in which merchants move from cottage to cottage, bringing sheep wool to workers
Factory system A method of production that brought machines and workers together in one place
Urbanization The movement of people from rural areas to cities
Monopoly Total control of industry
Zaibatsu Government and industrialist
Industrial capitalism A system based on the industrial production of goods
Partnership This is where two people work together
Corporation Organizations owned by stockholders who buy shares of the company
Trade union An association of workers with the same skill who unite and improve wages,benefits,working conditions,and worker rights
Strike Refusal to work
Socialism A problem where factory owners did little labor while factory workers did all the labor
Means of production Represented In a form of govt. should own and control the
Created by: ShealyQuintonR