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Cianci - Dalessandro

Toward an Industrial Society, The Labor Force

British factories and recently invented machines allowed producers to... furnish customers with a greater number of consumer products of a higher quality and for lower prices than those of any other competitors.
The wealth that Britain gained through their textile production and other industries were... invested all over the world, but especially in the United States and Latin America.
By the 1830's, in Belgium, France, and Germany,... the number of steam engines in use was growing steadily.
From Germany eastward... industrialization came slower.
1830's and 1840's Opened a great age of railroad building.
Railroads, canals, and improved roads... allowed for improved transportation of people and raw materials.
The railroads represented... the investment in capital over consumer goods.
Early nineteenth century labor force... varied in composition and experience.
Proletarianization Workers began to become wage laborers.
The typical 18th century European town consisted of... artisans working for a master.
Confection Goods produced in standard sizes and styles rather than specific, individual orders.
Chartism Program followed by the radical artisans that later formed the London Working Men's Association.
Working Men's Association Group that issued the Charter, which demanded six specific reforms.
Created by: Cianci