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Stufflet Unit 10 Eur

Unit 10 Euro

tariff tax on an imported good whose purpose it is to protect domestic industry
James Hargreaves invented spinning jenny
Richard Arkwright invented the water frame
James Watt improved the steam engine
George Stephenson invented the first effective locomotive called The Rocket
Isambard Kingdom Brunel British engineer most known for building Britain's railway network
J. M. W. Turner British Romantic painter; painted Rain, Steam, and Speed
The Great Exhibition of 1851 an industrial fair in London whose purpose it was to display Britain’s industrial power
Crystal Palace centerpiece of the Great Exhibition of 1851
Thomas Malthus wrote Essay on the Principle of Population (1798); said population would always grow faster than food supply
iron law of wages said population growth would always mean that wages would sink to subsistence levels
David Ricardo his main idea was the iron law of wages
Friedrich List he promoted a customs union without tariffs for German member states, BUT high tariffs on imported goods
bourgeoisie term for well off middle-class
proletariat term for working class
Luddites workers who destroyed machines that they said were taking their jobs
Friedrich Engels wrote The Condition of the Working Class in England which said capitalism and competition brought poverty and exploitation to workers
Combination Acts of 1799 British law that outlawed unions; largely ignored
Chartism British labor movement that demanded universal manhood suffrage
socialism ideology that promotes more equal distribution of welath
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