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Political Views of Industrial Revolution

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Darcy Hayward

on 21 March 2011

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Transcript of Political Views of Industrial Revolution

POLITICAL VIEWS ON INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION What Industrial Revolution Provided: -democrization-reduction in income equality
-free public education
-political stability
-more powerful land owners
-laws that helped the working class
-technology that was formed from the revolution changed politics, and the way people could vote the Industrial Revolution was said to be economic not political
capitalists didn't think that the government should have much to do with the economy
the government passed laws the supported and put the Industrial Revolution in the right direction
passed laws that protected businesses and helped expansion the government didnt control competition
didn't regulate health or safety
believed that one of the reasons Industrial revolution started in Britain was because of the political stability they had
as well the government was never questioned THE END
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