The Industrial Revolution led to other revolutions, which further advanced our technology. The Transportation Revolution, Communications Revolution, and the Information Revolution can all be traced back to the Industrial Revolution. These revolutions had added to the prosperity of humankind, and each of them had their effects on society. The Industrial Revolution had far more of an impact on us than any other political revolutions of the era, mainly because the effects of the Industrial Revolution last much longer. For example, today we have automobiles, televisions, and computers, which were all made possible because of the effects of the Industrial Revolution.
In 1750 political liberalism, the enlightened age, Infrastructure, and the economic climate allowed Great Britain to seek new job opportunities and exploit new business ideas. In addition, literacy, public education and the middle class was rising immensely. Concepts like partnerships and selling shares were introduced during this time period. The process of the Industrial Revolution was rapid in Western Europe however, by the 1900 all of Europe was involved. Over all, the effects of the revolution changed the way materials are transported, how products are made, on a global basis.The Industrial Revolution was a critical turning point in European history because the changes made are integral in the modern age.
In the Arts and Crafts movement, the ideas behind the movement were more prevalent than a specific visual style. The Arts and Crafts movement not only changed the way people made objects in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, but it also set into motion an ideological stance that persists today. History Population increases in Britain in the 1700s led to an immediate need for innovation of the textile industry. In 1733, John Kay answered this need with one of the first inventions of the Industrial Revolution, the flying shuttle (Frader, 21). This idea of mechanizing of a handmade process in order to allow for automation and speed revolutionized how people thought about the making of objects.
The Industrial Revolution was the general name given to a time period that marked the transition from hand-made products to machine-made products, leading to a booming economy and an abundance of jobs for unskilled workers. All of these components of England resulted in an increase in large towns and cities in order to sustain the growing population. The most prominent of these new cities was Manchester. The city sprang up after 1750 and swiftly grew in population to become a leading textile center in England. Manchester’s rapid urbanization, benefitted the industry in Europe as a whole; however, this success raised many issues- namely the fact that the citizens of the city suffered great morale and health declines.
Many of the inventions of this time truly shaped the future. The creation of the textile, the steam engine, and the telegraph (Robin L.) changed how we produced cloth, used locomotives, and communicated with each other. The Industrial Revolution also affected transportation. Trains and airplanes were new, cheaper, faster, and much more comfortable than riding horseback or on carriages from city to city (Pros and Cons) . These new ways of transportation opened more areas to many.
After the conclusion of the Civil War and the Reconstruction, the American economy rapidly increased as it developed in the Second Industrial Revolution. Between the time periods of 1800 to 1914, the United States had a massive increase in newly introduced natural resources that was involved with the new territory. New markets opened up a whole new economy and inventions that helped distribute these new manufactured goods were introduced. Innovations in transportation that included roads, steamboats, railroads and canals helped link isolated communities and distribute the new production of goods across the United States. American interior could be shipped directly to the Atlantic and could b... ... middle of paper ... ... put translations in its imperial bureaus.” In the end of the 19th century, the idea that the United States had a special mission to uplift "backward" people around the world also commanded growing support.
How did Europeans push toward such a serious transformation? The answer can be seen in the mid-18th century when dramatic changes started become more prevalent. European states saw significant changes politically and economically during the 18th and 19th centuries. By incorporating new methods of factories and protective tariffs, states prospered very well during this time period. European states also used the previous ideas from the Enlightenment period to reject traditional methods, for new revolutionary ideas that applied to all aspects of society.
Where and how would our relgion expand to or how would we express our thoughts and opinions? The printing press helped us achieve these monumental experiments and helped us develop together as a whole new generation. The news about the printing press created more and more competition with businesses and soon became the talk of every business. The printing press created future chances for bigger and more power inventions to advance. The prin... ... middle of paper ... ...where we are now.
From the late 17th century to the early 19th century, industrialization was occurring in the United States and around Europe. The abundance of raw materials and the ambition of business men caused the industrialization before and after the Civil War. The First Industrial Revolution and Second Industrial Revolution, known as the Technological Revolution, caused the United States to thrive throughout those years because of population increase and all the new products or ideas there was. In the 1900s, the United States became the leading industrial power in the world because of both revolutions; the first revolution led into the second revolution because of the technology and economic changes occurring. The First Industrial Revolution changed agriculture customs and the Second Industrial Revolution caused changes in production techniques, but both helped the United States industrialize and become the most successful country in the world.
This “movable type” printing press made it possible for books to be printed not only much more quickly than before, but more inexpensively as well. With this new technology, books became more common and more diverse. Most importantly, people began to read and write again. *Transition- The invention of Gutenberg’s printing press changed everything. In fact, the invention is what brought civilization out of these “Dark Ages” and into the Pre-Industrial Period that is often referred to as the “Renaissance”.