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Industrial Revol

New methods of farming led to increased crop, output and more efficiency-less farmers needed. Agricultural Revolution
Changing which crop you are growing to ensure the best soil quality year after year. crop rotation
The buying up of small farms by rich land owners. enclosure movement
Producing required goods in the home as opposed to having them produced for you. domestic system
Using machines to produce products faster and more cheaply. factory system
One person in a factory does one job. The assembly line is the best example. division of labor
The growth of cities caused by out of work farmers moving to find work. urbanization
Group of individuals who believed that machines were taking away jobs. luddittes
The idea that the government should not interfere with business. "Hands-Off" laissez-faire
The idea that business should be owned by the public and run by the government. communism
Created by: CarlaPhelps