The Green Revolution also brought about many lifestyle changes to occur. Documents 5,6,7, and 9 all illustrate some type of social changes that were caused by the green revolution. This revolution brought about many new technological changes and these changes led to competition between farmers to see who was better (doc 5). Another lifestyle change that was caused by the Green Revolution was an increase in incomes, which had caused further consequences. For example, at one point in history, there was need of cash incomes so that fertilizers and seeds could be payed for.
As time went by during the revolution, it got a lot easier for the nomads as communities. They began to find more materials that could be used to make better quality items such as clothing. This included flax and cotton, which they also started to grow during this period of time. New technologies also came about during the revolution. Metal tools and new weapons were created by the nomads to use for farming and fighting against the other villages.
The Agricultural Revolution had led to an increased food production and increased population overall in England (Beck). This resulted in people from the country side moving into the city to work for wages, which led to an increase in demand for products such as clothing. These items of clothing were made by the textile industry. The cottage system was responsible for this -The cottage system served as transition from rural to industrial economy, this system relied on wage labor and a market to buy and sell raw materials such as cotton and clothes- however this system could not keep up with the demand of the increasing population. Another factor that supports the theory as to why The Industrial Revolution took place in England and not another country was that Britain had an abundant amount of iron and coal resources which allowed for the making and powering of new machines such as the locomotive and steam-powered machinery used
It would be by the writing’s of Charles Darwin that society would come to know of Darwinism. Darwinism was a theory in evolution that took hold of the scientific community. It did not occur right away, but these seeds of belief would eventually sprout to grasp ahold of the masses. Darwin’s theories would slowly be implemented into the institutions of education and higher learning. Because of this implementation, a change of how the world was viewed would begin to slowly trickle down from the social elites to the growing mass of regular citizens.
The Market revolution impacted many American lives in the early 19th century. The market revolution mainly focused in the trade of goods. At first, small villages trade within the community, but after the market revolution, people started to trade goods with farther communities. The movement expand rapidly, causing a positive impact to the economy and to small business owners. Also, since goods were moved from one region to another, new roads had to be built in order to connect regions.
Also, John Locke, one of the most influential Enlightenment thinkers, founded his social contract. This talks about the relation between state and individual. He suggested that state have authority over individual. Additionally, because of the differences in causes and people’s attitude toward the society, the effect of the Enlightenment is more influential than that of Romanticism. Although Enlightenment didn’t fully change the form of society, it make a huge progress in the development of human being and set the basic theory for the future revolution in American, French and many other countries.
The early 1900s were a time of widespread social and political change in America. During this time, many Americans adopted new, more modern ideas about labor, cultural diversity and city life. Some of these Progressive ideas were brought about by the need for reform in the workplace due to the grown of large companies and rapid industrialization. Not everyone supported the ideas of the Progressive Movement, however. Anti-Progressives, especially in the South, preferred traditional, rural lifestyles, and a slower, simpler way of living.
The agricultural revolution paved a path for the industrial revolution to take place. After 1700, people approached the same task, but in a different manner. Making it easier to feed the population, benefit from profitable trading, and the little drastic changes. Technologies, livestock, and global economy evolved throughout the years. Corn and potatoes grew to become staple crops of Britain.
The graph in document 1, a food/population report by the UN, shows a direct relationship between a growing population and the amount of food supply. This rapid increase is made possible by Norman Borlaug's genetically modified crops that made more food on less land and were able to fight off plant diseases. Document 2, a speech given by a president Truman to the struggling citizens, says that many people in a food crisis are in misery and would do anything to escape it. This is fuel for the Green Revolution and its colossal effects on human’s food supply. Document 7 contradicts this thesis because it states that the people who experienced its effects thought it was a contamination to their culture and natural way of life.
Even though the market revolution was criticized by a lot of people, it was a remarkable step towards a strong and stable economy in United States. This allowed space for more growth among the nation and each individual. Transportation and communication had a major effect on the changes that were made in America. The market revolution transformed the goals people applied to their work and their approach towards it. It turned farmers into businessmen, and it changed the relationships between buyers and sellers, employers and