What was the Agricultural Revolution?
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What were the social benefits of the Industrial Revolution?Increase of mass production of goods, products made cheaper, lower prices for products*In detail, explain the harsh working conditions during the industrial revolution. (at least two descriptive sentences)They worked 14-16 hours a day for 6 days a week, The only light present was the sunlight that came in through the windows. Machines split out black smoke, which sometimes covered the workers in soot. There were no safety precaution for the machines , which led to accidents. The works only had breaks for lunch and dinner. Many children received physical deformities.What were common hazards for people working in coal mines?lung disease, poison gas, drowning, explosions, and cave-ins were common hazards for workersWhat jobs did children work in cities?Factories, brickyards, and minesWhy were children working jobs from young ages?The family could not afford basic necessitiesHow did women's role change during the industrial revolution?Rather than working with their husbands on family farms and taking care of children, poor women in cities worked in factoriesWhat were the living conditions like in the tenement houses?Many families shared cramped apartments that lacked running water or sanitation, people lived in "Slums"What was the new class structure?at the top were industrial capitalists who gained wealth by owning factories, The middle class grew because of the growth of engineers, managers, and shopkeepers, The bottom class grew because of the number of the urban poor who worked for low wages in factoriesWhat did the child and women labor laws do?Limited the hours and type of work they could performWhat did the reformers regulate?Water, food, and sewageThanks to the labor reforms, this led to reforms in what?ABOLITION OF SLAVERY, FIGHT FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS, EDUCATIONWhat did unions demand?better pay, fewer hours, safer work conditionsWhat did Adam Smith explain about Capitalism?businesses operated in a free market economy based on competition, profits, and supply and demandWhat did Socialism argue?the government should plan the economy by controlling factories, farms, railroads, mines, and important industriesWhat did Marx encourage workers to do under Communism?to overthrow owners, seize control of factories, distribute goods evenly, and create economic equality for all people