Practice of fencing or enclosing common lands into individual holdings
The practice of alternating crops of different kinds to preserve soil fertility
Term for changes beginning in 1700s when power-driven machines began to do much of the work that people had done before
Factors of production
Basic resources for industrialization such as neccesary land, capital, and labor
Production of goods in a factory through the use of machines and a large number of workers
Process of treating rubber to make it more useful
Use of automatic machinery to increase production
Cramped, shabby apartment buildings where workers lived during the Industrial Revolution in England
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