The Importance of the Industrial Revolution

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The Importance of the Industrial Revolution
The French Revolution gave rise to the power of ordinary citizens but, even as the American Revolution did, its impact was not felt globally. The Industrial revolution, on the other hand, provided the stimulus for power of machinery and investment and production- ideas and facts that are felt even today in the 21st Century and even in countries where the rights of citizens are suspect.
Even as the powerful document on the Rights of Man provided hope for the under-privileged, just as the American Declaration of Independence and the Federalist Papers accomplished in the New World, it is the rise of industrial power- machinery, increased comfort, the ability for people to thrive and survive based on...
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.....ion, therefore, can be considered perfect. But, the impact of the Industrial Revolution is more vital to us today.
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