The Industrial Revolution In The 1800's

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The gateway to economic success. In the 1800’s farmers from all around the world started to urbanize. This urbanization was brought upon by the Industrial Revolution. During this time new inventions and ideas were being brought to the table, machines could mass produce and accelerate product production ten times faster than ever. The industrial revolution may sound awful to many people, but it did bring a lot of valuable knowledge to the world. Industrialization brought many benefits to the world in the 1800s and even paved a path for generations to come. The ability to purchase items, faster more efficient production, and transportation were all positive effects of the Industrial Revolution. The industrial revolution made it possible to purchase items instead of making them all on your own. In the book, The Working Man’s Companion it clarifies how life was in the 1830’s. As stated in the book, “Every day is adding something to your comforts. Our houses are better built, your clothes are cheaper, you have an infinite number of domestic utensils” (The Working Man’s Companion). This is showing that lives become easier to live; mankind doesn’t have to do as much labor. Here we can see that the revolution made it easier for society to live, people didn’t have to make equipment themselves as a result of new ideas and…show more content…
Many technological advances and new ideas were brought by the Industrial Revolution. The industrial revolution was a time of great imagination and progress. Inventions improved the quality of life for most people. The inventions that allowed new products to be manufactured created a demand that caused a vicious cycle that propelled some people to prosperity, while at the same time held people down in poverty: but if this revolution did not occur, humanity wouldn’t know half the knowledge it knows
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