Compare And Contrast The Renaissance And The Industrial Revolution

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In the 19th century, Manifest Destiny was a theory created by John O'Sullivan, an American editor and columnist, where he believes that the destiny of American settlers was to expand to the west, while at the same time spread their traditions and their institutions. As a result, many Americans settlers expanded beyond the west coast and gained more land as it caused them to built transcontinental railroads and many other great things. In addition, the American settlers considered the United States to be the best possible way to remake the world in the image of their own country as they believe God had blessed them with the growth of American nation. After encouragement to the Western Expansion, major changes such as technology, social economics, and the roles of women had great effects toward the Americans’ way of living, where it became known as the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution sparked the way how Americans’ lives changed thanks to advance and new modern technologies that were invented. The value of goods…show more content…
Some of these similarities can be seen as having huge impacts on culture, politics, economics, society, and they both lasted for several centuries. They were different in some ways, too. During the Renaissance period, they focused mainly on new thinking and creativity, whereas in the Industrial Revolution, the focus was on improving efficiency, making more money, and improving lives more economically.
In conclusion, the Americans’ lives were greatly affected by the technology, social economics, and the roles of women as each led to a significant impact on one another. Nevertheless, the Industrialization marked a shift to powered, special-purpose machinery, factories and mass production where it led to an increase in population, living standards, but a depletion of natural
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