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POL101 Lecture #3

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Department
Political Science
Course
POL101Y1
Professor
Agria
Semester
Fall

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POL101Y1 Lecture 3 The rise of the West and MarxismOrigins of Modern world economyththtwin revolutions 1619 centuries agricultural and industrial agricultural revolution may be hyperbole to use the word revolution heresurplus is the key wealth case of Flemish and Britishstill exist today 150 years laterrevolution profound and rapid change industrial revolution everyone knew huge amounts of peasants moving in to become workings Industrial revolutionth late 18 century more appropriately designated as a revolution example cotton16 fold of increase amount of iron processed into steel in England factories 10 fold of increase Industrial Revolution Consequences luxuries seen as a mere decenciesnecessities middle class that had risen from manual labour to professional or entrepreneurial status
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