Industrialization had a greater impact in America because it was the motor that propelled urbanization. The creation of factories made people move from the farm to city. Because of this movement, cities started growing, buildings started to appear and new behaviors and manners were adopted. Even though urbanization is the reason of the growth cities and culture without industrialization it wouldn’t have been
Its economy skyrocketed from productions and advances in food and textiles. Changes in textile machinery, large population of workers, and changes in agriculture contribute to why the revolution began in England. The revolution provided plentiful jobs, increased the wealth of the nation, produced more goods to satisfy a growing population, and helped raise the standard of living. Changes in textile machinery, large population of workers, and changes in agriculture contribute to why the revolution began in England. The famous phrase that sums up the Industrial Revolution in England is: “Land, Labor,
This would mean a much larger population working in factories and more people easily able to move to Manchester to work. While this would be good for factory production, it also meant overcrowding in the city. Thomas B. Macaulay, a liberal member of Parliament recalled in his essay “Southey’s Colloquies” in the 1830’s that conditions were much better in Manchester because of the effects of manufacturing. He said that because people
Soon the new economic process was largely controlled by the utilisation of iron, as well as electric and steam power. Advancements in science and technology proved to result in a new level of productivity within many fields. The execution of electric telegraphy, telephones, typewriters, adding machines and cash registers, paper folding machines, the rotary press, the phonograph, and incandescent lamps spanned the nation. The austere industry of steel and iron continued to function, despite the progression of technology. Yet, the growth of independent industrial enterprises concerned businessmen.
On 23 June you wished to dictate the laws to the nation; you surrounded its representatives with troops; you presented them with two royal declarations, subversive of every liberty, and you ordered them to separate. Your declarations and the minutes of the Assembly established these outrages undeniably. 3. You caused an army to march against the citizens of Paris; your satellites caused their blood to flow, and you withdrew this army only when the capture of the Bastille and the general insurrection apprised you that the people were victorious. The discourses that you gave on 9, 12, and 14 July to diverse deputations from the Constituent Assembly indicated your intentions, and the massacres of the Tuileries stood as evidence against you.
The Era of 1492 through 1750 opened up doors to new worlds for the growing independent and conductive european world. This period was well known for the exceptional discoveries that occurred during it such as the europeans discoveries of the americas and the atlantic slave trade “triangle trade “ both memorable and history changing events in world history .These events focused mainly on the following three regions Western Europe ,Africa , and the Americas. Communication lead to the expansion of the economics of all the following regions . unfortunately they damaged the social structures of the africa while also making way for the new social structures to form in the americas . during the 1492 europe began to flourish in the economy
Initially effecting the economy of Britain, the industrial revolution increased the amount of trade, and growing rapidly Britain was known as ‘’’the workshop of the world’, the centre of the world manufacturing, finance and trade. By the 1870’s, Britain had the most extensive railway system in the world to make transportation of raw materials easier, meaning more trade could occur, and English businessmen could acquire new markets for their trade. soon was a cause of the economic decline. Although the economy kept growing, the rate of growth wasn’t as much, meaning competition from America and Germany was a threat. This was named the ‘Great Depression’ and was a major change for the economic state of Britain.
Such supplies ranged from ammunition to clothes and so forth. To sustain the growing economy, the immigration policies had to be reviewed in order to increase the human capita. Canada found itself with a more open immigration policy in the decades after WW2 due to an increase economic output and need of skilled workers. The immigration policy saw many reviews due to the constant economy changes and needs. The influx of immigrants accepted had many positive effects on the Canadian economy and society but as any positive effect, there were some negative effects associated with accepting the large number of immigrants.
The Europeans asserted their dominance over these less-developed areas for economic reasons, but also to spread European customs and heighten the sense of pride they had in their nation. Therefore there were a number of economic, political, and social reasons that caused the start of new imperialism in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. New imperialism in Africa and the Middle East was mainly driven by economic forces. After the Industrial Revolution nations were taking raw materials and producing them into finished goods at a much faster rate. Since they were making finished goods more quickly, the demand for raw materials in factories rose, which led to the colonization of less-developed areas (Document 1).
When steam power replaced water power, industries and factories arose, creating industrialized areas which attracted more and more people with the promise of paying jobs. While the increase in America’s urban population was great for the labor market, it also had an effect on the social reforms of the areas. The overcrowding of some areas led to outbreaks of contagious diseases such as cholera and typhoid. Medical personnel