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Week 11

The Industrial Revolution

QuestionAnswer
enterprise a business or company
meddling to interfere with something
floodgates to hold back the outpouring of something
financially having to do with money
monopoly only one seller of a good or service
labor work force
tracts plots of land
influence to have an effect on someone or something
panic uncontrollable fear, to be very upset
trust an organization or company managed by stockholders
resources natural materials that can be used to make things
smelter a factory that extracts metal from its ore
free enterprise a system in which companies are allowed to buy, sell, and trade with little control by the government
holding company a company whose main business is owning more than half of another company's stock
Created by: Danielle Walton