The Causes And Reasons For The Industrial Revolution

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The Industrial Revolution was a period from 1750 to 1960. It was called a "revolution" because the changes were great and sudden. This revolution changed the way in which many regions developed, including agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, technology, and textiles and It also made great influence on people’s living standard and the way of worked. After this revolution, many countries changed from ancient time when most working places primarily depended on people to modern world as we know today. The Industrial Revolution was a major change in the nature of production when machines replaced tools and other energy sources replaced human or animal power. The Industrial Revolution began in England in the middle 1700s, then it subsequently spread throughout Western Europe, North America, Japan, and eventually the whole world. During the Industrial Revolution, workers became more productive and items were manufactured. In general, living improved, but the Industrial Revolution was also detrimental to the environment. Pollution reached to the level human had not imagined and working conditions were terrible and dirty. Besides, capitalists employed women and young children, assigning them to work for long hours with low wages described in Oliver Twist written by Charles Dickens (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica).…show more content…
However, generally, they have agreement with the reasons and environmental conditions that made industrial revolution take place (Wilde). These factors include agricultural revolution and population increases, natural resources, lifting of trade restrictions, raw materials gained in colonies, and the improvement of
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