Chapter 9-2. Industrialization: Case Study of Manchester. Goals and Objectives. Upon completion students should be able to: Describe the social and economic effects of industrialization Evaluate the growing tensions between middle and working classes.
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Upon completion students should be able to:
-Factories pay more than farms.
-This led to the demand for more expensive goods
Luddites, other groups destroyed machinery that puts them out of work
Unemployment a serious problem; unemployed riot