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Short And Long Term Effects Of Industrial Revolution

Its about long and short term effects of industrial revolutions
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Harold East

on 20 September 2012

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By Aiden West, Sam Kluth and Tegan Trindle Long and Short Term Effects
of Industrial Revolution The long term effects of the Industrial Revolution include things like change in ideas, new ideas on how women should be treated, easier ways to manufacture products and better plans for the future and ways that the world should run. You also get to play with your Nintendo and Wii, and get stupid answers on you computer. Long Term Effects In the short term it increased city populations, people's living standards, trade between nations, and worker exploitation. It also meant a great deal of smoke and pollution and kids working 12 hour shifts in sweaty old factories. Short Term Affects A short term effect is a consequence which happens in a short amount of time.A long term effect is a consequence which happens after a long period of time. The Industrial Revolution began in England during the 1700s and spread throughout the rest of Europe. The Industrial Revolution was a time of new inventions, products, and methods of work. The results of the Industrial Revolution led to many short and long-term positive and negative effects. However the short-term negative effects outweighed the long-term positive effects of the Industrial Revolution
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