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Industrial Revolutio

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Factors that will help pull a person to move to a new location (eg work, land) Pull Factors
A French chemist, this man discovered that heat could kill bacteria that otherwise spoiled liquids such as milk, wine, and beer Louis Pasteur
Beginning in the late 1700's, the period of time in which mechanical power replaced muscle power for the production of goods. Industrial Revolution
Repossession and fencing-in by landowners of formerly common lands, often for the purpose of commercial farming. Enclosure
Economic System-also called Market Economy-based on the premise of self-interest in which all resources are privately owned and markets determine how those resources are distributed. Capitalism
Complete control by one firm of the production and/or supply of a good Monopoly
High-volume, low-cost manufacture of identical items through the use of specialization and interchangeable parts. Mass Production
Industrial system of manufacturing in which workers, raw materials, are gathered under the same roof. Factory System
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