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    • The Industrial Revolution Review Chapter 19 1750-1914
    • Round 1
    • Question 1 (1 Point) TheIndustrial Revolution started during the 1750’s in _________________ (country).
    • Question 1 Answer  Great Britain
    • Question 2 (3 Points) Define Industrialization?
    • Question 2 Answer Move from hand production to machine production.
    • Question 3 (5 Points) Before industrialization, much of the work such as spinning and weaving cotton into cloth was done by individuals in their own home. This is known as the _________________.
    • Question 3 Answer  The Cottage Industry
    • Round 2
    • Question 1 (1 Points) As a result of better jobs, more food, many countries see a large boom in _______.
    • Question 1 Answer  Population Population in the U.S. grew over 5x from 12.9 million in 1830 to over 76 million in 1900!
    • Question 2 (3 Point)  The practice of a stronger, more industrialized country taking control of aweaker one for solely economic purposes and the exploitation of labor and resources is known as ______.
    • Question 3 Answer  Imperialism
    • Question 3 (5 Points) TheGerman philosopher ______ stated that the working class and the wealthy would eventually clash in a struggle for power. In his book, the Communist Manifesto, he described Communism, a complete form of socialism in which all production is completely owned by the people.
    • Question 3 Answer Karl Marx
    • Round 3
    • Question 1 (1 Point) Duringthe Industrial Revolution, many workers faced long hours, low pay andharsh conditions. Even ______ & _____ were exploited during this time byperforming harder and more dangerous jobs for even lower pay!
    • Question 1 Answer Women and Children
    • Question 2 (3 Points) Some economists thought that the government should leave business owners alone. Their view was called __________, from a French phrasemeaning “let people do as they please.”
    • Question 2 Answer  Laissez-faire
    • Question 3 (5 Points)  Morejobs created during the Industrial Revolution meant more people could improve their lives. In fact, skilled workers, professionals, business people, and wealthy farmers did quite well. They enjoyed comfortable lives in pleasant homes. These people made up the emerging ____.
    • Question 3 Answer Middle Class
    • Round 4
    • Question 1 (1 Point) _______ were an efficient way to move resources and goods. They completely changed the world and were absolutely crucial to the Industrial Revolution.
    • Question 1 Answer Railroads
    • Question 2 (3 Points) “FactoryLaws” were types of ______ which were created to protect the workers. Because of these, children were removed from factories and age limits and hours were established.
    • Question 2 Answer  Labor Laws
    • Question 3 (5 Points)  With more jobs available, people flocked to the cities. This led to higher population, forcing city building and growth. This movement of people andthe rapid evolution of cities is known as _______.
    • Question 3 Answer Urbanization