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Industrial Revolution Thesis and Outline

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Before the Industrial Revolution, ninety five percent of the population had just enough of the bare necessities to get by, while the aristocracy could live what modernists would consider a decent life. This is the way life had been throughout the world for thousands of years, and therefore a drastic change couldn't be reasonably foreseen. All changes in the revolution are based around the ideal that the average working middle class man had enough to buy the necessities, and some left over. For the first time, this middle class man could buy "stuff" that would make everyday activities easier.
The changes that took place in England during the Industrial revolution included the roles of family members, the economy (i.e. creating wealth and innovation by productivity), and the multiple effects of the steam engine as it applies to industrialization and transportation.

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