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What were the consequences of the Industrial Revolution in the u.s?
Some of the consequences were child labor and crowding in cities. There was a high demand for factory workers, so many immigrants and children worked in factories to make money. The Industrial Revolution also moved many families from the country to cities to work in factories.
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The Industrial Revolution was an era in which production shifted from cottage industries using simple hand tools to factories using complex machines powered by water and then …steam. . the rural way of life began to disappear . travelers moved much more rapidly between cities, countries and continents . villages grew into towns and cities . people bought manufactured goods in stores . people lived in crowded townhouses/apartment buildings and tenements The period of machines which were operated by power to produce goods many times more than the goods produced by hands and was the intensity to sale through the world was called industrial revolution.
Long-term consequences of the Industrial Revolution on theenvironment can still be seen today. These consequences includedeforestation, green house gasses, the climate tempera…ture rising,the glaciers and polar ice caps melting, toxic air and soil, andpolluted water.
Increased personal wealth *The specialization of work and a resulting interdependence between businesses *Longer life expectancy because of medical advances *Increased …incidence of psychological illness *Dramatically increased crop yields through the use of petrochemicals *Population growth as a result of the above 2 *Accelerating destruction of the environment *The creation of a society based on the consumption of fossil fuels and natural resources at an unsustainable rate *The personal automobile and subsequent rise of suburbia *Greater availability of information through cheap books, the internet, etc. *The rise of mass media and consequent homogenization of culture *The segregation of work and home life, both geographically and temporally Our society is totally and completely different from any other society in history as a result of the industrial revolution - it is an aberration. ( stronger economy)
The consequences of the Industrial Revolution were not apparent fora hundred years or so. The smoke from all the factories added a lotof pollution to the atmosphere.
The industrial revolution it changed the main economy from fishing and production by hand to machines, which opened up new jobs as well as making it the sole part of the econo…my. From Darrion aka Montez
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Everybody was able to work. Even children for long hours for short pay. Women would work long hours as well and get only half the money that the men would get payed.
something about manufacturing i know the US had a continuous supply of factory workers
After the American revolution, there was a period of peace and prosperity in the colonies. Immigrants began settling into states like Vermont, Kentucky, and Tennesee. However,… once America's debt became a problem, there needed to be change in the laws.
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The long-term consequences of the industrial revolution to theenvironment were increased climate change and global warming.
Families were forced to live in overcrowded urbanneighborhoods. .