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  • 1. Industrial Revolution CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 6Section 1 = Dawn of the Industrial Age Section 1 = IR SpreadsSection 2 = Britain Leads the Way Section 2 = Rise of the CitiesSection 3 = Social Impact of the IR Section 3 = Changing Attitudes & ValuesSection 4 = New Ways of Thinking Section 4 = Arts in the Industrial Age
  • 2. p.170-173 Section 1 = Dawn of the Industrial Age1) P-Reading Questions2) Guided Reading Notes3) MC Quizzes4) Peopardy5) Other Sources6) Textbook Tuesday Back to Main
  • 3. G8G1 1 P-Reading Questions G5 G6 G9G2G3 G7 G8 1) P-Reading QuestionsG4 2) Guided Reading Notes 3) MC Quizzes 4) Peopardy 5) Other Sources 6) Textbook Tuesday Back to Main Quiz
  • 4. G1 Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173 I) Dawn of the Industrial Age • For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small ______________. • This was all changed with the I__________ R_____________ • The Industrial Revolution started in ___________. • Change during this type of revolution was not s______ or s______. • Instead, change was l_____, s____ and an u_________________ • Production shifted from simple _____ ____ to complex ___________. • From Britain, the IR spread to _______, ______ _______and around the globe. II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads • In 1750, most people worked the land, using __________________, • Lived in simple __________ lit by firelight and candles. • People made their own _________ and grew their own _____. • Most knew little about the _________, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) / d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f)
  • 5. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the I__________ R___________ West? East or• The Industrial Revolution started in _______.• Change during this type of revolution was not s____ or s_____.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________, East or West?• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 6. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in _______.• Change during this type of revolution was not s____ or s_____.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 7. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not s____ or s_____.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 8. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or s_____.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 9. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 10. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 11. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 12. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 13. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 14. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 15. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 16. G1 Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173 I) Dawn of the Industrial Age • For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages. • This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution • The Industrial Revolution started in Britain. • Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden. • Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process End G1 Back to Main • Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines. • From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe. II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads Start G2 • G2 In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________, • Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles. • People made their own _______ and grew their own ____. • Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 17. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 18. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 19. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 20. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 21. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 22. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 23. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 24. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 25. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) Telegraph e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 26. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) Telegraph e) Pregnancy Death e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 27. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) Telegraph e) Pregnancy Death e) Antiseptic methodsc) Prevents Pain c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  • 28. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) Telegraph e) Pregnancy Death e) Antiseptic methodsc) Prevents Pain c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Skyscraper Back to Main
  • 29. G3 CH 5: Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From ______ years ago until about _____ years ago farming remained the sameb) New ________ techniques included: Changed from New Use _______ ________ were combined into… ______ _________ for better production ____________ from livestock (Cows)… used to ________the soilc) New _____________ were spread through farm j__________d) The technique of C____ ______ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) _______ ______ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _____ ___ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by ________ farmers.• _________ created ____ in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more f_________  more _____• Negative Side = More farmers ____ land  then l_______  villages ______  jobless went to .g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = ________ people• Less death from _______ = better ______, ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 30. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about ___ years ago farming remained the sameb) New _____ techniques included: Changed from New Use ___________ were combined into… ___________ for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 31. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New _____ techniques included: Changed from New Use ___________ were combined into… ___________ for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 32. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use ___________ were combined into… ___________ for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 33. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… ___________ for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______ Owned by…d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____. Worked by…g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 34. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 35. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 36. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 37. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 38. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 39. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 40. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Ask Mr P to play some Jethro Tull Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 41. G3 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rowsG4 rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 42. G3 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rowsG4 rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 43. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 44. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 45. p.171-172 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age Changed from New Use III) Agriculture Spurs Industry Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production • From 11,000 years ago until about 300 Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… years ago farming remained the same used to renew the soil b) New Dutch techniques included:c) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 46. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 47. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more________• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 48. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 49. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 50. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages  jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 51. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 52. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 53. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 54. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 55. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 56. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = healthier people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 57. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = healthier people• Less death from disease = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 58. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = healthier people• Less death from disease = better hygiene, ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 59. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = healthier people• Less death from disease = better hygiene, sanitation & improved medical care Back to Main
  • 60. G5 CH 5: Section 1 - Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was______.• ______ was used to develop the ______ engine.• J______W_____ made improvements on the engine which led to L_________ and s______________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of _____• ______ was used to make _________ and _______ engines• ______ used coal to _____ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a _____ _______ & _____ _______ iron• D_____ III built the first iron ________.• Iron became widely used once world began to build _________
  • 61. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• ______ was used to is coal? the _____engine. How to get coal? Where develop• ____________ made improvements on the engine which led to ___________ and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widelyWho gets it? world began to build ________ Who gets it? used once
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  • 63. Coal Process
  • 64. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the _____engine.• ____________ made improvements on the engine which led to ___________ and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 65. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• ____________ made improvements on the engine which led to ___________ and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 66. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to ___________ and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 67. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 68. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 69. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 70. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 71. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 72. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 73. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 74. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 75. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 76. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 77. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 78. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• Darby III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 79. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• Darby III built the first iron bridge.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  • 80. G5 Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• Darby III built the first iron bridge.• Iron became widely used once world began to build railroads
  • 81. Smelt & Bessemer’s Process
  • 82. G5 Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• Darby III built the first iron bridge.• Iron became widely used once world began to build railroads
  • 83. 3) MC Quizzes forChapter 5 Section 1 = Dawn of the Industrial Age QUIZ Alpha QUIZ Bravo QUIZ Charlie QUIZ Delta Back to Main
  • 84. G6 CH 5: Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  _____ Food  ___________ increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers _________ & _________• Population increase causes ________ to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – ____ ______ ii) ______ ___________ iii) ___ ___ _________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ______ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied _____ ______ & allowed for construction of _______3) Lots of ______ used to power ______ engines4) Vast supplies of ______ available to build new _________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + _________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid _____ - _____s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing ________ _________ c) s_____ trade d) _________ ________ e) New e_________ f) supportive ____. g) e______________3) _________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) _________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) _________ __________ – No river _____ & other _________. Strong _____ protects its ______, shipping & overseas trade.6) E_____________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business.
  • 85. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  _____________ increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers ___________ & ________• Population increase causes ______ to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – ____________ ii) ______________ iii) ______________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural _____ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 86. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers ___________ & ________• Population increase causes ______ to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – ____________ ii) ______________ iii) ______________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural _____ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 87. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & ________• Population increase causes ______ to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – ____________ ii) ______________ iii) ______________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural _____ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 88. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes ______ to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – ____________ ii) ______________ iii) ______________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural _____ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 89. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – ____________ ii) ______________ iii) ______________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural _____ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 90. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) ______________ iii) ______________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural _____ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 91. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) ______________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural _____ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 92. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural _____ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 93. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 94. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 95. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 96. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 97. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 98. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 99. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 100. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital G7• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 101. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 102. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 103. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 104. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 105. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 106. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 107. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 108. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 109. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 110. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) Enterprise – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 111. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) Enterprise – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) Supportive Government – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 112. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) Enterprise – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) Supportive Government – No river tolls & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 113. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) Enterprise – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) Supportive Government – No river tolls & other barriers. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 114. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) Enterprise – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) Supportive Government – No river tolls & other barriers. Strong Navy protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 115. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) Enterprise – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) Supportive Government – No river tolls & other barriers. Strong Navy protects its empire, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 116. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) Enterprise – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) Supportive Government – No river tolls & other barriers. Strong Navy protects its empire, shipping & overseas trade.6) Entrepreneurs – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 117. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) Enterprise – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) Supportive Government – No river tolls & other barriers. Strong Navy protects its empire, shipping & overseas trade.6) Entrepreneurs – people who managed and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 118. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  Population increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers homeless & jobless• Population increase causes cities to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – Mine coal ii) build factories iii) run the machinesII) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ports B) Navigable rivers2) Rivers supplied water power & allowed for construction of canals3) Lots of coal used to power steam engines4) Vast supplies of iron available to build new machinesb) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + population increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid 1600s – 1700s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing overseas empire c) slave trade d) accumulated capital e) New enterprises f) supportive Govt. g) entrepreneurs3) Capital – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) Enterprise – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) Supportive Government – No river tolls & other barriers. Strong Navy protects its empire, shipping & overseas trade.6) Entrepreneurs – people who managed and take on the financial ($) risk of starting a new business. Back to Main
  • 119. G8 CH 5: Section 2) Britain Leads the Wayp.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = __________• T_________ were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = C________ I_________ Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans D__________ to peasant families  S_____ cotton into t_______  3) w____ thread into C______  d____ & f______ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal?e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed c________ i_________ ii) gave birth to f_________• Spinners and weavers now go to ______ & no longer work at ________ Back to Main
  • 120. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• ________ were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = _______________ Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans __________ to peasant families  ____ cotton into _____  3) ___ thread into _____  ___ & _____ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 121. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = _______________ Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans __________ to peasant families  ____ cotton into _____  3) ___ thread into _____  ___ & _____ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 122. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans __________ to peasant families  ____ cotton into _____  3) ___ thread into _____  ___ & _____ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 123. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  ____ cotton into _____  3) ___ thread into _____  ___ & _____ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 124. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into _____  3) ___ thread into _____  ___ & _____ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 125. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) ___ thread into _____  ___ & _____ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 126. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into _____  ___ & _____ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 127. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  ___ & _____ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 128. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & _____ clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 129. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production G8 continued Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 130. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production G8 continued Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves 2) 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 131. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production G8 continued Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves 2) R Arkwright 3)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 132. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production G8 continued Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves 2) R Arkwright 3) Eli Whitneye) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 133. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny 2) R Arkwright 3) Eli Whitneye) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 134. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny Spun many threads at same time 2) R Arkwright 3) Eli Whitneye) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 135. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny Spun many threads at same time 2) R Arkwright Water Frame 3) Eli Whitneye) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 136. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny Spun many threads at same time 2) R Arkwright Water Frame Water powered spinning machine 3) Eli Whitneye) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 137. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production G8 continued Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny Spun many threads at same time 2) R Arkwright Water Frame Water powered spinning machine 3) Eli Whitney Cotton Gine) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 138. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production G8 continued Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny Spun many threads at same time 2) R Arkwright Water Frame Water powered spinning machine 3) Eli Whitney Cotton Gin Cleaned cotton faster; (More cotton)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed _____________ ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 139. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny Spun many threads at same time 2) R Arkwright Water Frame Water powered spinning machine 3) Eli Whitney Cotton Gin Cleaned cotton faster; (More cotton)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed cottage industry ii) gave birth to __________• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 140. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny Spun many threads at same time 2) R Arkwright Water Frame Water powered spinning machine 3) Eli Whitney Cotton Gin Cleaned cotton faster; (More cotton)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed cottage industry ii) gave birth to factories• Spinners and weavers now go to _____ & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 141. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny Spun many threads at same time 2) R Arkwright Water Frame Water powered spinning machine 3) Eli Whitney Cotton Gin Cleaned cotton faster; (More cotton)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed cottage industry ii) gave birth to factories• Spinners and weavers now go to work & no longer work at ____ Back to Main
  • 142. G8 Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177III) Textile Industry Advances• Another name for clothing industry = Textiles• Textiles were Britain’s largest industry.• Putting-Out System = Cottage Industry Process 1) raw cotton 2) peasants 4) skilled artisans distributed to peasant families  spun cotton into thread  3) wove thread into cloth  dye & finish clothes in towns.d) Inventions Speed Production G8 continued Inventor Invention What’s the big deal? 1) James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny Spun many threads at same time 2) R Arkwright Water Frame Water powered spinning machine 3) Eli Whitney Cotton Gin Cleaned cotton faster; (More cotton)e) Factories Are Born in Britain• New machines: i) killed cottage industry ii) gave birth to factories• Spinners and weavers now go to work & no longer work at home Back to Main
  • 143. G9 p.176-177 CH 5: Section 2) Britain Leads the WayIV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikesb) Canalsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by ___________ ________________• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron ____; Hence, R_______• Did NOT have to follow course of ______; tracks can go where _______ do not• 1st RR = M_________ to L________ in 1830• By _____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, __________ and _______ _________d) One Thing Leads to Another:1) I________ developed 2) Produced l_____ 3) _____ _____ machines __________ of good 5) Created _______ 4) Goods _____ 6) D______ for goods ___________ ____________
  • 144. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them)b) Canalsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by ___________________• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron ____; Hence, ________• Did NOT have to follow course of ______; tracks can go where ______ do not• 1st RR = ____________ to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 145. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canalsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by ___________________• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron ____; Hence, ________• Did NOT have to follow course of ______; tracks can go where ______ do not• 1st RR = ____________ to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 146. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water waysc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by ___________________• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron ____; Hence, ________• Did NOT have to follow course of ______; tracks can go where ______ do not• 1st RR = ____________ to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 147. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by ___________________• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron ____; Hence, ________• Did NOT have to follow course of ______; tracks can go where ______ do not• 1st RR = ____________ to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 148. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron ____; Hence, ________• Did NOT have to follow course of ______; tracks can go where ______ do not• 1st RR = ____________ to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 149. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, _________• Did NOT have to follow course of ______; tracks can go where ______ do not• 1st RR = ____________ to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 150. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of ______; tracks can go where ______ do not• 1st RR = ____________ to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 151. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where ______ do not• 1st RR = ____________ to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 152. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = ____________ to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 153. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to __________ in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 154. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By ____, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 155. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By 1870, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, ________ and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 156. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By 1870, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, Europe and _____________d) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 157. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By 1870, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, Europe and North Americad) One Thing Leads to Another: 1) 2) 3) 6) 5) 4)
  • 158. Rail LinesAsk Mr P to tell you about the erasing of history and the Red Cars
  • 159. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By 1870, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, Europe and North Americad) One Thing Leads to Another:1) Inventors developed 2) 3) machines 6) 5) 4)
  • 160. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By 1870, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, Europe and North Americad) One Thing Leads to Another:1) Inventors developed 2) Produced large 3) machines quantities of good 6) 5) 4)
  • 161. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By 1870, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, Europe and North Americad) One Thing Leads to Another:1) Inventors developed 2) Produced large 3) Prices fell machines quantities of good 6) 5) 4)
  • 162. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By 1870, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, Europe and North Americad) One Thing Leads to Another:1) Inventors developed 2) Produced large 3) Prices fell machines quantities of good 4) Goods more 6) 5) affordable
  • 163. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By 1870, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, Europe and North Americad) One Thing Leads to Another:1) Inventors developed 2) Produced large 3) Prices fell machines quantities of good 5) Created more 4) Goods more 6) consumers affordable
  • 164. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.176-177IV) Transportation Revolution Invention What are they? Impact on IRa)Turnpikes Private roads (fee to use them) Goods traveled fasterb) Canals Man made water ways cheap way to get coal & raw materialsc) Steam Locomotive• Invented by George Stephenson• Steam powered locomotive pulled carriages along iron rails; Hence, Railroads• Did NOT have to follow course of river; tracks can go where rivers do not• 1st RR = Manchester to Liverpool in 1830• By 1870, rail lines crisscrossed Britain, Europe and North Americad) One Thing Leads to Another:1) Inventors developed 2) Produced large 3) Prices fell machines quantities of good 5) Created more 4) Goods more 6) Demand for goods consumers affordable
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  • 170. p.178-183 Section 3 = Social Impact of the IR G1 G4nsotes G5 G2 G6 G7 G3 Back to Main Quiz
  • 171. 1 P-Reading Questions Back to Main
  • 172. Section 3 = Social Impact of the IRI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to _____________• Majority = _______ and _____ conditions to millions of workers• _______ stopped many of the worse abuses• As _______________ increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) __________________________ ii) ______ housing iii) ________________ iv) __________________ v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 173. Section 3 = Social Impact of the IRI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = _______ and _____ conditions to millions of workers• _______ stopped many of the worse abuses• As _______________ increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) __________________________ ii) ______ housing iii) ________________ iv) __________________ v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 174. Section 3 = Social Impact of the IRI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and _____ conditions to millions of workers• _______ stopped many of the worse abuses• As _______________ increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) __________________________ ii) ______ housing iii) ________________ iv) __________________ v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 175. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• _______ stopped many of the worse abuses• As _______________ increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) __________________________ ii) ______ housing iii) ________________ iv) __________________ v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 176. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As _______________ increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) __________________________ ii) ______ housing iii) ________________ iv) __________________ v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 177. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) __________________________ ii) ______ housing iii) ________________ iv) __________________ v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 178. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) ______ housing iii) ________________ iv) __________________ v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 179. Section 3 = Social Impact of the IRI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) ________________ iv) __________________ v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 180. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) __________________ v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 181. Section 3 = Social Impact of the IRI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) _________________II) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 182. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) ___________ = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 183. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 184. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) ______________ ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 185. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) changes in farming ii) ________________ iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 186. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) changes in farming ii) population increase iii) demand for ____________C) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 187. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) changes in farming ii) population increase iii) demand for industrial workersC) Cities were formed around: i) __________ ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 188. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) changes in farming ii) population increase iii) demand for industrial workersC) Cities were formed around: i) Coal mines ii) _________ iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 189. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) changes in farming ii) population increase iii) demand for industrial workersC) Cities were formed around: i) Coal mines ii) Iron mines iii) _______D) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 190. 2) Guided Reading NotesI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) changes in farming ii) population increase iii) demand for industrial workersC) Cities were formed around: i) Coal mines ii) Iron mines iii) factoriesD) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) __________ ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 191. Section 3 = Social Impact of the IRI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) changes in farming ii) population increase iii) demand for industrial workersC) Cities were formed around: i) Coal mines ii) Iron mines iii) factoriesD) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) Polluted air ii) ______________ iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 192. Section 3 = Social Impact of the IRI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) changes in farming ii) population increase iii) demand for industrial workersC) Cities were formed around: i) Coal mines ii) Iron mines iii) factoriesD) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) Polluted air ii) Industrial noise iii) ____________________ Back to Main
  • 193. Section 3 = Social Impact of the IRI) Social Impact of the IR• Minority = Riches to Entrepreneurs• Majority = Poverty and harsh conditions to millions of workers• Reforms stopped many of the worse abuses• As standard of living increased, people at all levels benefitted• Until then, working people would suffer withi) Dangerous working conditions ii) unsafe housing iii) unsanitary housing iv) overcrowded housing v) unrelenting povertyII) People Move to New Industrial CitiesA) Urbanization = movement of people to cities.B) Causes of movement: i) changes in farming ii) population increase iii) demand for industrial workersC) Cities were formed around: i) Coal mines ii) Iron mines iii) factoriesD) Manchester Population: Year 1750 1780 1800E) Environmental Problems: # of People 17,000 40,000 70,000i) Polluted air ii) Industrial noise iii) filthy stench of its river Back to Section 3 Back to Main
  • 194. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “ ”4) Social stability: i) Lived in , ii) access to , iii) wore clothing iv) ate .5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “ .”6) Few had sympathy for the 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 195. Section 3 = Social Impact of the IR p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “ ”4) Social stability: i) Lived in , ii) access to , iii) wore clothing iv) ate .5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “ .”6) Few had sympathy for the 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 196. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “ ”4) Social stability: i) Lived in , ii) access to , iii) wore clothing iv) ate .5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “ .”6) Few had sympathy for the 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 197. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in , ii) access to , iii) wore clothing iv) ate .5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “ .”6) Few had sympathy for the 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 198. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to , iii) wore clothing iv) ate .5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “ .”6) Few had sympathy for the 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 199. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore clothing iv) ate .5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “ .”6) Few had sympathy for the 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 200. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate .5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “ .”6) Few had sympathy for the 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 201. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “ .”6) Few had sympathy for the 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 202. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 203. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 204. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise ??????8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 205. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class PoorB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 206. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raisedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 207. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raisedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 208. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raised Children workedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in s or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 209. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raised Children workedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in slums or t : Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 210. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raised Children workedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in slums or tenements: Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) ; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 211. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raised Children workedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in slums or tenements: Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) running water; ii) only community pumps iii) ??????????? iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 212. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raised Children workedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in slums or tenements: Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) running water; ii) only community pumps iii) sewage system iv) v) ???????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 213. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raised Children workedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in slums or tenements: Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) running water; ii) only community pumps iii) sewage system iv) sanitation system v) ??????????3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 214. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raised Children workedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in slums or tenements: Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) running water; ii) only community pumps iii) sewage system iv) sanitation system v) trash pick up3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 215. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raised Children workedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in slums or tenements: Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) running water; ii) only community pumps iii) sewage system iv) sanitation system v) trash pick up3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated drinking water and spread ________ (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to main
  • 216. Section 3: Guided Reading Notes p.179-180III) New Social Classes EmergeB) Industrial Middle Class1) Entrepreneurs were the new middle class2) Entrepreneurs also known as (aka) = Bourgeoisie (that French word)They were: i) Merchants who invested in factories ii) Inventors iii) Skilled artisans3) Rose from “rags to riches”4) Social stability: i) Lived in big homes, ii) access to water supply, iii) wore fancy clothing iv) ate well.5) Had pride in their hard work and ability to “get ahead.”6) Few had sympathy for the poor 7) Women stayed home to raise children8) Raising Children? Wealthy Middle Class Poor Servants raised Mother raised Children workedB) Industrial Working Class1) Working Poor lived in slums or tenements: Multistory crowded thrashed apartments.2) Tenements had NO: i) running water; ii) only community pumps iii) sewage system iv) sanitation system v) trash pick up3) Sewage dumped in rivers contaminated drinking water and spread cholera (ask Mr P about how cholera kills you) Back to Section 3 Back to main
  • 217. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) were illegal 2) Workers wanted more ????3) Worker had no 4) Poor life styles led to ?????? 5) secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated byD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 218. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more ????3) Worker had no 4) Poor life styles led to ?????? 5) secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated byD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) __ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 219. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no 4) Poor life styles led to ?????? 5) secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated byD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 220. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to ?????? 5) secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated byD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 221. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated byD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) __ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 222. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated byD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 223. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) __ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 224. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to 16 hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) __ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 225. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 226. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, 6 to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 227. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) __ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 228. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 229. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & ???????6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 230. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 231. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is s_______, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 232. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is ________, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 233. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards ??????IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is ________, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 234. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reform Back to Section 3IV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = 2) Farm life is ________, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 235. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reformIV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = Factory 2) Farm life is ________, factory life is not• Working hours were to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) ___ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 236. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reformIV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = Factory 2) Farm life is seasonal, factory life is not• Working hours were __ to __ hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) __ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 237. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reformIV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = Factory 2) Farm life is seasonal, factory life is not• Working hours were 12 to 16 hours, _ to _ days a week. 3) __ breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost , & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 238. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reformIV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = Factory 2) Farm life is seasonal, factory life is not• Working hours were 12 to 16 hours, 6 to 7 days a week. 3) No breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost l_____, & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 239. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reformIV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = Factory 2) Farm life is seasonal, factory life is not• Working hours were 12 to 16 hours, 6 to 7 days a week. 3) No breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost limbs, & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 240. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reformIV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = Factory 2) Farm life is seasonal, factory life is not• Working hours were 12 to 16 hours, 6 to 7 days a week. 3) No breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost limbs, fingers & ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 241. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reformIV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = Factory 2) Farm life is seasonal, factory life is not• Working hours were 12 to 16 hours, 6 to 7 days a week. 3) No breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost limbs, fingers & lives ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get or you lost your job
  • 242. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reformIV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = Factory 2) Farm life is seasonal, factory life is not• Working hours were 12 to 16 hours, 6 to 7 days a week. 3) No breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost limbs, fingers & lives ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get sick or you lost your job
  • 243. Section 3: Guided Reading NotesC) Workers Stage Futile Protests1) Labor unions were illegal 2) Workers wanted more pay3) Worker had no political power 4) Poor life styles led to riots 5) Luddites: secret group of workers who destroyed labor saving machines6) Luddites were… Loved by Hated by Poor workers Rich business ownersD) Workers Find Comfort in Religion• John Wesley found Methodist movement• stressed a personal sense of faith 3) encouraged sober & moral ways4) Preachers took message to the slums 5) Promised forgiveness & better life6) Beside teaching bible, also taught people to read and write7) Get workers’ anger away from revolution and towards reformIV) Life in the Factories and Mines• Heart of the Industrial City = Factory 2) Farm life is seasonal, factory life is not• Working hours were 12 to 16 hours, 6 to 7 days a week. 3) No breaks4) No worker safety: i) lost limbs, fingers & lives ii) breathed bad air iii) if you get sick or injured you lost your job Back to Section 3
  • 244. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were ________2) Employers thought it is easier to control ________ instead of ____3) Also, pay for women was ____ of what they paid men.4) Women worked ________ and then had to go back to _________ to care for ??????B) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for and ?????2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 245. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control ________ instead of ____3) Also, pay for women was ____ of what they paid men.4) Women worked ________ and then had to go back to _________ to care for ??????B) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for and ?????2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 246. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of ____3) Also, pay for women was ____ of what they paid men.4) Women worked ________ and then had to go back to _________ to care for ??????B) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for and ?????2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 247. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was ____ of what they paid men.4) Women worked ________ and then had to go back to _________ to care for ??????B) Miners Face Worse Conditions5) Mining was mainly for and ?????6) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 248. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked ________ and then had to go back to _________ to care for ??????B) Miners Face Worse Conditions1)Mining was mainly for and ?????2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 249. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to _________ to care for ??????B) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for and ?????2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 250. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1)Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for ??????B) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for and ?????2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 251. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for and ?????2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 252. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and ?????2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 253. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1)Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions• Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron• Dangerous Conditions i) worked in ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 254. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 255. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 256. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) ??????????iv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 257. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 258. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 259. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3)Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 260. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying ????????????C) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 261. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers Back to Section 3
  • 262. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or , sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 263. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 264. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 265. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and quick moving to crawl and fix ?????????3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 266. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and quick moving to crawl and fix machines3) Some worked all day in ?????????????4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 267. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and quick moving to crawl and fix machines3) Some worked all day in dark mines4) Children earned wages to keep their family from ????????????5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 268. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and quick moving to crawl and fix machines3) Some worked all day in dark mines4) Children earned wages to keep their family from starving.5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday ???????????? b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 269. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and quick moving to crawl and fix machines3) Some worked all day in dark mines4) Children earned wages to keep their family from starving.5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday to 12 hours b) Remove kids under ? from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 270. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and quick moving to crawl and fix machines3) Some worked all day in dark mines4) Children earned wages to keep their family from starving.5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday to 12 hours b) Remove kids under 8 from ??????????c) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 271. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and quick moving to crawl and fix machines3) Some worked all day in dark mines4) Children earned wages to keep their family from starving.5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday to 12 hours b) Remove kids under 8 from cotton millsc) Since Biz did not follow law, l formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 272. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and quick moving to crawl and fix machines3) Some worked all day in dark mines4) Children earned wages to keep their family from starving.5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday to 12 hours b) Remove kids under 8 from cotton millsc) Since Biz did not follow law, lawmakers formed to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 273. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs Businessman, your books say1) Startedthe ladies age 7 been sometimes age 5 work by have or 8, working for2) Good? 8 hours today but thequick moving to crawl and fix machines = Small fingers and ladies say3) Some worked all day in dark mines they had to work for 14 hours4) Children earned wages to keep their family from starving.5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday to 12 hours b) Remove kids under 8 from cotton millsc) Since Biz did not follow law, lawmakers formed inspection teams to enforce lawd) More laws shortened workday e) Required for child workers
  • 274. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs Businessman, your books say1) Startedthe ladies age 7 been sometimes age 5 work by have or 8, working for2) Good? 8 hours today but thequick moving to crawl and fix machines = Small fingers and ladies say3) Some worked all day in dark mines they had to work for 14 hours4) Children earned wages to keep their family from starving.5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday to 12 hours b) Remove kids under 8 from cotton millsc) Since Biz did not follow law, lawmakers formed inspection teams to enforce lawd) More laws shortened women workday e) Required for child workers
  • 275. p. 181-182IV) Life in the Factories and Mines (Continue)A) Women Workers Face Harsh Conditions1) Majority of early factory workers were women2) Employers thought it is easier to control women instead of men3) Also, pay for women was half of what they paid men.4) Women worked 12 hours and then had to go back to tenements to care for familyB) Miners Face Worse Conditions1) Mining was mainly for Coal and Iron2) Dangerous Conditions i) worked in darkness ii) destroyed lungs iii) explosionsiv) Flooding v) Collapsing tunnels vi) Crawling vii) carrying heavy loadsC) Children Have Dangerous Jobs1) Started work by age 7 or 8, sometimes age 52) Good? = Small fingers and quick moving to crawl and fix machines3) Some worked all day in dark mines Businessman, these kids need to be4) Children earned wages to keep their family from starving. like a slave. educated not working5) “Factory Acts” = Child labor laws –a) Reduce child workday to 12 hours b) Remove kids under 8 from cotton millsc) Since Biz did not follow law, lawmakers formed inspection teams to enforce lawd) More laws shortened women workday e) Required education for child workers
  • 276. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More _________ opened 2) R_________fought for change3) _____ jobs 3) U____ won right to ________ w/ owners for ___________, h____ & w________ c________4) ______ went up (extra _____) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 277. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) R_________fought for change3) _____ jobs 3) U____ won right to ________ w/ owners for ___________, h____ & w________ c________4) ______ went up (extra _____) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 278. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) _____ jobs 3) U____ won right to ________ w/ owners for ___________, h____ & w________ c________4) ______ went up (extra _____) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT1234 Businessman, your books say the ladies5 have been working for 8 hours today but the ladies say they had to work for 14
  • 279. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) U____ won right to ________ w/ owners for ___________, h____ & w________ c________4) ______ went up (extra _____) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 280. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to ________ w/ owners for ___________, h____ & w________4) ______ went up (extra _____) c________ right to ____ 4) Fought for5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 281. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for ___________, h____ & w________ c________4) ______ went up (extra _____) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 282. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, h____ & w________ c________4) ______ went up (extra _____) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 283. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, hours & w________ c________4) ______ went up (extra _____) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 284. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, hours & working conditions4) ______ went up (extra _____) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 285. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, hours & working conditions4) Wages went up (extra _____) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 286. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, hours & working conditions4) Wages went up (extra money) 4) Fought for right to ____5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 287. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, hours & working conditions4) Wages went up (extra money) 4) Fought for right to vote5) Extras: n_______, t________, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 288. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, hours & working conditions4) Wages went up (extra money) 4) Fought for right to vote5) Extras: newspaper, t________, 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueetc. Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844VI) Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 289. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, hours & working conditions4) Wages went up (extra money) 4) Fought for right to vote5) Extras: newspaper, traveling, etc. 5) Low ___ and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 290. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, hours & working conditions4) Wages went up (extra money) 4) Fought for right to vote5) Extras: newspaper, traveling, etc. 5) Low pay and bad c_________ continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345
  • 291. p.182-183V) Results of Industrialization Blessing (Good) Curse (Bad)1) Demand for goods increased 1) Early terrible hardships2) More factories opened 2) Reformers fought for change3) More jobs 3) Unions won right to bargain w/ owners for higher wages, hours & working conditions4) Wages went up (extra money) 4) Fought for right to vote5) Extras: newspaper, traveling, etc. 5) Low pay and bad conditions continueVI) Friedrich Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 Write down 5 observation made by Engel’s that you found interesting / noteworthy ENGELS OBSERVATION YOUR COMMENT12345 Back to Section 3
  • 292. Section 3 & 4 MC Quizzes QUIZ Alpha QUIZ Bravo QUIZ Charlie QUIZ Delta Back to Main
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  • 297. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) 2)3) 4)B) In 1798, Thomas ________ published An Essay on the Principle of Population &concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because _________ was increasing faster than the ___________.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should ___________ with economicsB) Embraced by middle class ___________ C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 298. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2)3) 4)B) In 1798, Thomas ________ published An Essay on the Principle of Population &concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because _________ was increasing faster than the ___________.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should ___________ with economicsB) Embraced by middle class ___________ C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 299. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) 4)B) In 1798, Thomas ________ published An Essay on the Principle of Population &concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because _________ was increasing faster than the ___________.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should ___________ with economicsB) Embraced by middle class ___________ C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 300. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4)B) In 1798, Thomas ________ published An Essay on the Principle of Population &concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because _________ was increasing faster than the ___________.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should ___________ with economicsB) Embraced by middle class ___________ C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 301. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas ________ published An Essay on the Principle of Population &concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because _________ was increasing faster than the ___________.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should ___________ with economicsB) Embraced by middle class ___________ C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 302. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because _________ was increasing faster than the ___________.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should ___________ with economicsB) Embraced by middle class ___________ C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 303. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the ___________.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should ___________ with economicsB) Embraced by middle class ___________ C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 304. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should ___________ with economicsB) Embraced by middle class ___________ C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 305. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should not interfere with economicsB) Embraced by middle class ___________ C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 306. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should not interfere with economicsB) Embraced by middle class business owners C) “___________” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 307. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should not interfere with economicsB) Embraced by middle class business owners C) “Hands-off” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of w__, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 308. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should not interfere with economicsB) Embraced by middle class business owners C) “Hands-off” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of war, d______ and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 309. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should not interfere with economicsB) Embraced by middle class business owners C) “Hands-off” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of war, disease and ______. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 310. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should not interfere with economicsB) Embraced by middle class business owners C) “Hands-off” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of war, disease and famine. 2) Population increase = ____ will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 311. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should not interfere with economicsB) Embraced by middle class business owners C) “Hands-off” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of war, disease and famine. 2) Population increase = poor will suffer 3) Malthus urged less ________, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 312. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should not interfere with economicsB) Embraced by middle class business owners C) “Hands-off” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of war, disease and famine. 2) Population increase = poor will suffer 3) Malthus urged less pregnancy, discouraged ________ and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 313. 2) Guided Reading NotesI ) New Ways of ThinkingA) Effects of Population Explosion1) Crowded slums 2) Hungry families3) unemployment 4) Widespread miseryB) In 1798, Thomas Malthus published An Essay on the Principle of Population & concluded…C) Poverty was unavoidable because population was increasing faster than the food supply.II) Laissez-Faire EconomicsA) Is economic philosophy – government should not interfere with economicsB) Embraced by middle class business owners C) “Hands-off” ApproachD) Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations (ie Bible for Capitalists) 1) Free markets – unregulated by government would help everyone, not just the rich. 2) Free markets  produce more goods  lower prices  good for all 3) Economy grows  profits for owners  reinvent more  Economy grow moreE) Malthus Bleak View: 1) Population growth is stopped by “natural” methods of war, disease and famine. 2) Population increase = poor will suffer 3) Malthus urged less pregnancy, discouraged charity and vaccinations. 4) Malthus wrong: Food supply did grow faster than population boom Back to Main
  • 314. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) ____________ = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s _______________ 3) ________ any government help to _____ 4) Poor’s best cure = “_____________” 5) Individuals improve by i) _________ ii) ______ iii) _____________III) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All ____ or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 315. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s _______________ 3) ________ any government help to _____ 4) Poor’s best cure = “_____________” 5) Individuals improve by i) _________ ii) ______ iii) _____________III) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All ____ or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 316. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) ________ any government help to _____ 4) Poor’s best cure = “_____________” 5) Individuals improve by i) _________ ii) ______ iii) _____________III) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All ____ or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 317. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to _____ 4) Poor’s best cure = “_____________” 5) Individuals improve by i) _________ ii) ______ iii) _____________III) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All ____ or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 318. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “_____________” 5) Individuals improve by i) _________ ii) ______ iii) _____________III) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All ____ or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 319. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) _________ ii) ______ iii) _____________III) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All ____ or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 320. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) ______ iii) _____________III) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All ____ or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 321. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) _____________III) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All ____ or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 322. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All ____ or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 323. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their ________.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 324. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All ____ should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 325. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more __________than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 326. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than ____.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 327. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of ________________, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 328. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes _____________ should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 329. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced ______________• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 330. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) _____________ should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 331. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent ______ from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 332. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms ________. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 333. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let __________ and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 334. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and ________ vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 335. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win _______IV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 336. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) _______________ ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 337. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) ________ iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 338. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) ________________• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 339. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a __________ New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 340. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted _____________ shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 341. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s __________.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 342. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s character.• reduced ________ e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 343. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s character.• reduced work hours e) built _______ f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 344. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s character.• reduced work hours e) built homes f) no _____ labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 345. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s character.• reduced work hours e) built homes f) no child labor g) _____________ for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 346. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s character.• reduced work hours e) built homes f) no child labor g) started a school for children• Showed _________ could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 347. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s character.• reduced work hours e) built homes f) no child labor g) started a school for children• Showed employer could offer ____________ & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 348. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s character.• reduced work hours e) built homes f) no child labor g) started a school for children• Showed employer could offer decent living & ________________ & still make ______.
  • 349. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s character.• reduced work hours e) built homes f) no child labor g) started a school for children• Showed employer could offer decent living & working conditions & still make ______.
  • 350. II) Laissez-Faire Economics (Continued) f) Ricardo Shares View 1) David Ricardo = Laissez Faire Economist 2) Fan of Adam’s Wealth of Nations 3) Opposed any government help to poor 4) Poor’s best cure = “laws of free market” 5) Individuals improve by i) hard work ii) thrift iii) limit family sizeIII) Utilitarians For Limited Government• Jeremy Benthem – Utilitarianism: “Greatest happiness for the greatest number”• All laws or actions should be judged on their Utility.• All laws should provide more pleasure than pain.• Bentham = strong supporter of individual freedom, which guaranteed happiness• Bentham = sometimes government should be involved• Bentham influenced John Stuart Mills• Mill’s basics: i) government should step in to improve life of working poor ii) Government should prevent owners from increasing their happiness that harms workers. iii) Let workers and women vote so they can use power to win reformsIV) Owen’s Utopia• Robert Owen was i) Cotton Mill owner ii) Utopian iii) Social Reformer• Created a model village in New Lanark, Scotland• Insisted living conditions shaped people’s character.• reduced work hours e) built homes f) no child labor g) started a school for children• Showed employer could offer decent living & working conditions & still make profit.
  • 351. V Socialist Thoughts EmergeA) Condemned evils of ____________B) Capitalism creates big gap between _____ and ____C) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge?2) How would it work? People as a _____ rather than ________________ would own and operate ___________________ (f_____, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 352. V Socialist Thoughts EmergeA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between _____ and ____C) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge?2) How would it work? People as a _____ rather than ________________ would own and operate ___________________ (f_____, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 353. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and ____C) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge?2) How would it work? People as a _____ rather than ________________ would own and operate ___________________ (f_____, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 354. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge?2) How would it work? People as a _____ rather than ________________ would own and operate ___________________ (f_____, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 355. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a _____ rather than ________________ would own and operate ___________________ (f_____, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 356. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than ________________ would own and operate ___________________ (f_____, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 357. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate ___________________ (f_____, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods) Owned by…3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels. Worked by…B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 358. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate ___________________ (f_____, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods) Worked by… Owned by…3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 359. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (f_____, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 360. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, __________, r_______ and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 361. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that ___________ and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 362. V Socialist Thoughts EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and d___________ goods)3) From where? i) ______________________________, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 363. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) R________ ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 364. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of ____________, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 365. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for _________D) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 366. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all ______ was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 367. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was ________ & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 368. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was ________ in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 369. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in ________• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 370. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between _______ & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 371. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & ______ = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 372. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were ________________• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 373. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = _____________VI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 374. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote _________________________ in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 375. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) _________ was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 376. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘_____’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 377. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘________’ = B______________ ‘H____’ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 378. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’‘H____’ = B______________ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 379. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’‘Haves’ = B______________ ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 380. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘H_______’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 381. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = P________, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 382. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own _______________ E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 383. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control s_____ & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 384. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control society & its ______F) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 385. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control society & its wealthF) Marx predicted _______ win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 386. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control society & its wealthF) Marx predicted workers win Future Class War G) Workers would set up_______________H) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________
  • 387. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control society & its wealthF) Marx predicted workers win Future Class War G) Workers would set up classless societyH) No more fighting because wealth and power __________ I) Marx hates __________J) Marx – Capitalism = few __________ & ________ for many K) “Workers _____________!”
  • 388. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control society & its wealthF) Marx predicted workers win Future Class War G) Workers would set up classless societyH) No more fighting because wealth and power equally shared I) Marx hates __________J) Marx – Capitalism = few __________ & ________ for many K) “Workers _____________!”
  • 389. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control society & its wealthF) Marx predicted workers win Future Class War G) Workers would set up classless societyH) No more fighting because wealth and power equally shared I) Marx hates capitalismJ) Marx – Capitalism = few __________ & ________ for many K) “Workers _____________!”
  • 390. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control society & its wealthF) Marx predicted workers win Future Class War G) Workers would set up classless societyH) No more fighting because wealth and power equally shared I) Marx hates capitalismJ) Marx – Capitalism = few prosper & ________ for many K) “Workers _____________!”
  • 391. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control society & its wealthF) Marx predicted workers win Future Class War G) Workers would set up classless societyH) No more fighting because wealth and power equally shared I) Marx hates capitalismJ) Marx – Capitalism = few prosper & poverty for many K) “Workers _____________!”
  • 392. V) Socialist Thought EmergesA) Condemned evils of capitalismB) Capitalism creates big gap between rich and poorC) What is Socialism?1) Why did it emerge? To end poverty and injustice2) How would it work? People as a whole rather than private individuals would own and operate means of production (farms, factories, railways and other large businesses that produced and distributed goods)3) From where? i) Enlightenment faith in progress, ii) Rousseau ideas iii) belief in goodness of human nature, & iv) concern for social justiceD) Are Utopians Dreamers?• Communities in which all work was shared & all property was owned in common• No difference between rich & poor = human fighting will stop• Utopians’ name implied they were impractical dreamers• Famous Utopian = Robert OwenVI) Karl Marx Explains Class StrugglesA) German Philosopher wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 with Engels.B) Economics was driving force in history. C) Historical struggle = ‘Haves’ vs ‘Have- nots’ ‘Haves’ = Bourgeoisie ‘Have-nots’ = Proletariat, or working classD) ‘Haves’ = Always own means of production E) ‘Haves’ = Control society & its wealthF) Marx predicted workers win Future Class War G) Workers would set up classless societyH) No more fighting because wealth and power equally shared I) Marx hates capitalismJ) Marx – Capitalism = few prosper & poverty for many K) “Workers of the world, unite!”
  • 393. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form s_____ d__________.• Social democracy = _______ transition, not ______ revolution from c________ to s________• In 19___, R_______ Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the ____s, there are Marxist revolutions in ______, L____ A_______ and _______.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are _________.• Marx predicts w________ would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 394. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = _______ transition, not ______ revolution from c________ to s________• In 19___, R_______ Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the ____s, there are Marxist revolutions in ______, L____ A_______ and _______.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are _________.• Marx predicts w________ would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 395. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not ______ revolution from c________ to s________• In 19___, R_______ Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the ____s, there are Marxist revolutions in ______, L____ A_______ and _______.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are _________.• Marx predicts w________ would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 396. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from c________ to s________• In 19___, R_______ Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the ____s, there are Marxist revolutions in ______, L____ A_______ and _______. Slowly go from this… toB) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are _________.• Marx predicts w________ would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 397. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 19___, R_______ Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the ____s, there are Marxist revolutions in ______, L____ A_______ and _______. CAPITALISM SOCIALISMB) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are _________.• Marx predicts w________ would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 398. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, R_______ Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the ____s, there are Marxist revolutions in ______, L____ A_______ and _______.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are _________.• Marx predicts w________ would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 399. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in ______, L____ A_______ and _______.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are _________.• Marx predicts w________ would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 400. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are _________.• Marx predicts w________ would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 401. VII Marxism in the Future In the future…?• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts w________ would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 402. VII Marxism in the Future In the future…?• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts workers would u______ across n________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 403. VII Marxism in the Future In the future…?• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts workers would unite across n_________ borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 404. VII Marxism in the Future In the future…?• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts workers would unite across national borders• Instead, workers are ______ to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 405. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts workers would unite across national borders• Instead, workers are loyal to n__________• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 406. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts workers would unite across national borders• Instead, workers are loyal to nationalism• People felt _________ ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 407. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts workers would unite across national borders• Instead, workers are loyal to nationalism• People felt stronger ties to their own _________ than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 408. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts workers would unite across national borders• Instead, workers are loyal to nationalism• People felt stronger ties to their own country than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, ___ nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 409. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts workers would unite across national borders• Instead, workers are loyal to nationalism• People felt stronger ties to their own country than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, few nations remain communist government• Today, _____ economies include elements of f_____-________ c_________VIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 410. VII Marxism in the Future• Marxism Briefly Flourishes• In the 1860s, Germany adapted Marxism to form social democracy• Social democracy = gradual transition, not violent revolution from capitalism to socialism• In 1917, Russian Revolution embraces Marxist ideas• Much of the 1900s, there are Marxist revolutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa.B) Marxism Loses Appeal• As time passes, Marxist governments are flawed• Marx predicts workers would unite across national borders• Instead, workers are loyal to nationalism• People felt stronger ties to their own country than to workers in other countries• End of 20th Century, few nations remain communist government• Today, most economies include elements of free-market capitalismVIII) Economic Systems (1) What will be produced? (2) How will it be produced? (3) To whom will the product be distributed? Market Economy Central Planned Economy Mixed Economy1) 1) 1)2) 2) 2)3) 3) 3)
  • 411. Crop Rotation Legacy Project By Mr P C 2002
  • 412. Middle Age FarmingWheat Field Barley FieldOff Season Wheat Field
  • 413. Middle Age FarmingOff Season Wheat FieldWheat Field Barley Field
  • 414. Middle Age FarmingWheat Field Off SeasonBarley Field Wheat Field
  • 415. Middle Age FarmingBarley Field Wheat FieldWheat Field Off Season
  • 416. Middle Age FarmingWheat Field Barley FieldOff Season Wheat Field
  • 417. Crop RotationWHEAT TurnipsClover Barley
  • 418. Crop RotationI make soil weak! WHEAT Turnips Clover Barley I make soil weak! 
  • 419. Crop Rotation I make soil strong! WHEAT Turnips Clover BarleyI make soil strong! 
  • 420. Crop RotationWHEAT TurnipsClover Barley
  • 421. Benefits of Crop Rotation1) More efficient use of land2) More food3) Better variety of food4) Replenished soil5) ???
  • 422. Cause & Effect of Crop Rotation Creates more hay
  • 423. Cause & Effect of Crop Rotation Creates more hay More hay feeds more livestock
  • 424. Cause & Effect of Crop Rotation Creates more hay More hay feeds more livestock More livestock means more meat to eat and more fertilizer
  • 425. Cause & Effect of Crop RotationMore fertilizer = more and better soil
  • 426. Cause & Effect of Crop RotationMore fertilizer = more and better soil More soil = more crops
  • 427. Cause & Effect of Crop RotationMore fertilizer = more and better soil More soil = more crops More crops = more food
  • 428. Cause & Effect of Crop RotationMore fertilizer = more and better soil More soil = more crops More crops = more food More food = good diet for humans
  • 429. Cause & Effect of Crop Rotation Better diet = humans are healthier
  • 430. Cause & Effect of Crop Rotation Better diet = humans are healthier Healthier humans = people live longer
  • 431. Cause & Effect of Crop Rotation Better diet = humans are healthier Healthier humans = people live longer Gee, that crop rotation is important, huh?
  • 432. This has been a goofy P Production C 2002 Back to G3Back to Main Crop Rotation
  • 433. Enclosure p.172What is enclosure?
  • 434. Enclosure p.172 What is enclosure?The process of taking over and consolidating land once shared by peasant farmers
  • 435. Enclosure p.172 What is enclosure?The process of taking over and consolidating land once shared by peasant farmers Still don’t understand? Click ahead to watch the definition take place before your very eyes
  • 436. Enclosure p.172
  • 437. Enclosure The peasants on my larger fields harvest more crops than the other peasant farmers
  • 438. Enclosure With the additional money Imake, I will influence parliament to make laws in my favor.
  • 439. Enclosure With the additional money Imake, I will influence parliament to make laws in my favor. $
  • 440. Enclosure Parliament, create a law that requiresall farmers to show proof that they own or have a right to work their land. $
  • 441. Enclosure …But large land owner, this will dislocate many peasants who can’t show proof of owning land but have worked the same fields for generations. $
  • 442. Enclosure…But Parliament, I can do much more for you than peasants, if you know what I mean? $
  • 443. Enclosure Indeed, you can! $
  • 444. Enclosure Indeed, you can! $
  • 445. EnclosureSo how about that law? $
  • 446. Enclosure All land not registered officially with us is up for sale? $
  • 447. Enclosure What?What? What? What? All land not registered officially with us is up for sale?What? What? $
  • 448. Enclosure That is the new law! $
  • 449. Enclosure What? Why should we have to buy the I can’t afford to land we’ve buy the land? Not been working Fair! on for years?The rich farmer is behind this! Where will I go? $
  • 450. Enclosure The law is the law! Now, anyone interested in buying the land? $
  • 451. Enclosure The law is the law! Now, anyone interested in buying the land?Ah yes, well…I am $
  • 452. Enclosure SOLD! $
  • 453. EnclosureGreat! More land for me! SOLD! $
  • 454. EnclosureHey peasants, get off my land! $
  • 455. Enclosure Where are we Where are wesuppose to go? suppose to go? Where are we suppose to go? Hey peasants, get off my land! $
  • 456. EnclosureWith improved machinery, I need less andless farmers. So I don’t need your help. $
  • 457. Enclosure Can I farm withyou for half pay? With improved machinery, I need less and less farmers. So I don’t need your help. $
  • 458. Enclosure Can I farm withyou for half pay? I guess? $
  • 459. Enclosure Need help?I guess? $
  • 460. NO! Enclosure Need help? $
  • 461. Enclosure Hell, I am going to the city for work? $
  • 462. EnclosureWait! I’ll join you. I don’tknow where else to find work but these fastgrowing polluted cities. $
  • 463. Enclosure $
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  • 474. Enclosure We can’tcompete against the rich farmerwho is selling his crops for $.50 $
  • 475. Enclosure Yes, he pays thepeasants on his farm so little and can charge a low price for his crop. $
  • 476. Enclosure Yes, I’m bankrupt. City people by his crops for $.50 and not mine for $1.00, but I cannot afford to sell for cheaper $
  • 477. Enclosure I’m selling my farm landI’m going to the city to find work I’m leaving the farm $
  • 478. Enclosure I’m selling my farm land I’m sellingmy farm land I’m selling my farm land $
  • 479. Enclosure $
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  • 482. Enclosure Looks like more land for me to buy. I canproduce more food for the growing cities. $
  • 483. Enclosure Looks like more land for me to buy. I canproduce more food for the growing cities. $
  • 484. EnclosureGosh, I’m making somuch money. What a success I am! $
  • 485. Enclosure Gosh, I’ve lost everything. Society considers me unsuccessful $
  • 486. Enclosure So many of us have lost everything. Gee, now we’re forced to go to these growing mad cities. $
  • 487. Enclosure I don’t like this Industrial Revolution. $
  • 488. EnclosureI love this Industrial Revolution. $
  • 489. EnclosureI love this Industrial Revolution. $
  • 490. Enclosure $
  • 491. Enclosure These new farming techniques and equipment makes it easier to farm. So I don’t need so many farmers. $
  • 492. Enclosure $
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  • 494. EnclosureGet outof here! Get out of here! $
  • 495. EnclosureBut I will work ½ the pay of the other peasants! $
  • 496. Enclosure Deal!Times are tough! Sorry I can’t afford to keep and compete with the rich $ farmer!
  • 497. EnclosureWhat? Where will go? We’ve only worked on the farm our whole life. $
  • 498. EnclosureWhat? Where will go? We’ve only worked here our whole life. $
  • 499. EnclosureWe should beat up the peasant! Yes, he undercut us. $
  • 500. EnclosureGet that peasant, peasant! $
  • 501. Enclosure $
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  • 505. Enclosure This is great! The peasants fight each other to earn less and less. $
  • 506. Enclosure $
  • 507. Enclosure Time for a new law! $
  • 508. EnclosureHey Parliament, farms should be at least 10 square big to support growing food needs of the cities. $
  • 509. EnclosureHey Parliament, farms should be at least 10 square big to support growing food needs of the cities. $
  • 510. Enclosure $
  • 511. Enclosure $
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  • 514. Enclosure Yes, Parliament agrees the enclosure system is best. So farm land must be 10 squares.
  • 515. There isn’t 10squares available Enclosure There isn’t 10 squares available for me. for me.
  • 516. Enclosure Then I guess Ican enclose your farm land.
  • 517. Enclosure Gee, we need to work together andbuy those 2 squares.
  • 518. Enclosure Yet, we haven’t the money to buy the land.Ah, but I can buythose 2 squares.
  • 519. Enclosure
  • 520. Enclosure I’m afraid the law says your farmspace is too small.
  • 521. Enclosure This is unfair!This system is bad!
  • 522. Enclosure This is unfair! This system is bad!This system is great!
  • 523. Enclosure
  • 524. EnclosureOut from our way of life!
  • 525. Enclosure Out from our way of life!Damn! Out from our farm!
  • 526. Enclosure Out of work too! Out from our way of life!Damn! Out from our farm!
  • 527. Enclosure Out of work too! Out from our way of life! Damn! Out from our farm!Yes, you are all right!
  • 528. Enclosure Good luck with your new life in the city.
  • 529. Enclosure
  • 530. EnclosureI guess were next.
  • 531. EnclosureRight.
  • 532. Enclosure
  • 533. Enclosure
  • 534. Enclosure
  • 535. EnclosureYou just watched the process of taking over and consolidating land once shared by peasant farmers Back G4 Enclosures Back to Main
  • 536. What happened to the red cars?
  • 537. What happened to the red cars? Back to less important things