Life in the Industrial Age. Chapter 22 Arianna Guiseppone F period. The Industrial Revolution Spreads. At the beginning of the Industrial Revolution Britain was at the top of industry.
Germany and the United States especially took their spot at the head of industry.
Chemists developed things like aspirin, perfume, and the first artificial food products.
Corporations- businesses that are owned by many investors who buy shares of stock.
Improvements in cities: paved streets, sewage systems, cleaner water, and the usage of steel
Across Europe and the United States, politically active women campaigned for fairness and marriage, divorce and property laws
Despite the challenge of new ideas, Christianity continued to be a major force in western society. Churches remained at the center of communities and church leaders influenced political, social, and educational developments
-Europeans sought new markets for their goods.-Many Europeans migrated to the cities in search of jobs.-European middle class gained political power.What was the major cause of these changes in Europe? 1. Industrial Revolution 2. rise of feudalism 3. Congress of Vienna 4. French Revolution
A major result of the Industrial Revolution was the 1. concentration of workers in urban areas 2. increased desire of the wealthy class to share its power 3. formation of powerful craft guilds 4. control of agricultural production by governments
1. concentration of workers in urban areas
The success of women’s suffrage movement in the 20th-century Europe resulted in part from women
(2) working in factories during WWI