The Rise of Capitalism in Great Britain and the United States Introduction In comparing and evaluating the development of industrial capitalism in Great Britain and the United States, it is evident that both countries share similar forms of capitalism, primarily because their democratic societies have always been based upon capitalist economic principles, while their governments have always promoted and implemented economic policies supportive of free markets. Both economic systems were initially structured in accordance with fundamental capitalist principles, so industrial capitalism has developed in both Great Britain and the United States on this basis and reflects these fundamental capitalist principles. The Rise of Capitalism in Great...The end:
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