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Unit 11 - 10th

Unit 11 - Industrial Revolution (required)

TermDefinition
assembly line workers on factory lines add parts, it was fast and cheap
capitalism economic system based on supply and demand that stressed individuals making decision and profit
factories building that brought people and machines together
industrialization spread of factories
Industrial Revolution (origin, causes, result) Began in Britain because of large supplies of coal/iron and people. People moved to cities to work in factories (especially women and children)
interchangeable parts identical pieces could be used in place of one another
Karl Marx German who wrote the Communist Manifest. He said a revolution would happen between the "haves" (rich) and the "have-nots" (working class) and begin in Industrial Europe
life expectancy how long a person will live
modernization making something up to date
rural country, ex. Harpursville, Whitney Point
standard of living person's quality of life
steam engine power source of the Industrial Revolution
tenements apartments for the lower class in Europe during the Industrial Revolution
urbanization spread of cities
urban city, ex. Binghamton, Boston, London
suffrage right to vote
Created by: Moschak