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The Creation of the Modern Industrial State

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Elisabetta Paoli

on 23 November 2013

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Transcript of The Creation of the Modern Industrial State

2. How significant were the improvements to transport in the 19th century
What were the causes of urbanisation, and its effects on living conditions during the 19th century?
Why was there a rapid growth of the towns?
1. Why did industry develop rapidly during the 19th Century?
The Creation of the Modern Industrial State
How successful were 19th-century working class movements
The 19th Century social and economic consequences of the Industrial Revolution
The Modern Industrial Society
Why was there an an increasing demand for iron and steel, coal and textiles?
How important were technological advances in the development of industry?
How important were individuals and legislation, in improving the working conditions?
How were workers effected by the development of the factory system?
What were the disadvantages of roads and canals for Britain's transport needs in the early 19th century?
Why and how did Britain develop a railway system
How did conditions for passengers during the 19th century improve?
How significant were the social and economic consequences of the railways?
Why did the rapid growth of the towns lead to insanitary conditions?
Why had there been some improvements in conditions by 1900?
Why were working class movements weak during the first half of the 19th century?
What attempts were made to organise the working class?
How successful were the courts and Parliament in limiting the power of the unions
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