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The Industrial Revolution and Nineteenth-Century Society

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Kinberg, Nicholas Michael Chakmakian AP European History 17 May 2015 Chapter 9 Outline Industrial Revolution/19thSociety Following dev. Of mechanized industry/emergence oflarge-scale manufacturing in Brit textiles, industrialization spread to Euro/North America Led proliferation of capital-intensive enterprises, new ways of organizing labor/cities Made possible by newnrg, led to faster forms ofmechanized transport, higher productivity, emergence of consumer markets for manufactured goods 1800, world produced 10m tons of coal 1900, produced 1b; Industrial Revolution brought fossil-fuel age Mechanization made possible gains in productivity
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