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semester 2 study gui

semester 2 study guide

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urbanization the movement of people to the cities
enclosure the process of taking over and fencing off land formerly shared by peasant farmers
proletariat in marxist theory, the group of workers who could overthrow the czar and come to rule russia
entrepreneur a person who organizes, manages, and takes on the risks of a business
factory places that brought together workers and machines to produce large quntities of goods
socialism to end poverty and inequality, some reformers suggested this
what was one way that the agricultural revolution contributed to the industrial revolution? it triggered a population explosion
what caused the poplulation boom of the 1700s declining death rate
what was the industrial revolution the industrial reuolution was an increase in machine made goods beginning in england during the 1700s
what natural resources gave britain and advangtage in the industrial revolution? the natural resources coal and iron gave britain an advantage in the industrial revolution
what invention made possible the growth of railroads? the growth of railroads was made possible by the invention of the steam locomotive
what was the main reason that
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