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  1. World History CST ReviewPart II

  2. Agricultural opulatio work in factories. The__________ Revolution in Europe (1700-1800’s) resulted in a large increase in the food supply, which led to a dramatic rise in the p_______n. An effect of this revolution was urbanization (movement to cities), where unemployed farm workers left country areas to …

  3. England Industrial England atura esource The ________ Revolution began in _______, due in large part to _______'s abundance of n____l r______s.

  4. Changes in farming methods, population growth, urbanization, child labor, and increasing demand for workers all characterize the… the Industrial Revolution.

  5. nion age orkin ollectiv egotiation The Industrial Revolution gave rise to u___s, which resulted in better w___s and w____g conditions for workers through a process known as c _____e bargaining (where employees and employers work out their differences through n________s).

  6. cotton gin Whitney slaves America Eli_________ invented the ______ ___, which resulted in an increase in the demand for _________ in __________.

  7. Edison electric light increase in production of goods, as factories could now operate at night. Thomas ________ improved the _________ ________, which resulted inan...

  8. Pasteur asteurizatio an increase in the shelf life of milk. He also discovered the germ theory of disease. Louis _______ invented p_________n, which resulted in...

  9. a cheap way to make steel out of iron ore by using a special furnace (known as the Bessemer Process). esseme Henry B______r discovered...

  10. invented weaving /spinning machines which resulted in major increase in the production of cloth (textiles). John Kay, Richard Arkwright, Edmund Cartwright, andJames Hargreaves...

  11. James Watt improved upon the steam engine and this new engine became the primary source of power in the textile factories. Connect the following: James, improved, and source.

  12. The Enclosure Movement in England resulted in... unemployed agricultural workers moving to cities to work in factories.

  13. Dickens ivin orkin factories hours Charles _______ in Hard Times , wrote about the poor w__ _g and l___g conditions and the long _____ worked in ________ during the Industrial Revolution. Dickens isconsidered to be a "social critic.”

  14. Mines The ______ Act of 1842,... _____________ _____________________In 1819, the Factory Acts in England limited the work day of children to 12 hours a day. prevented children from working underground.

  15. socialism/communism (where the wealth of society is distributed equally), and his hatred of capitalism (which results in poverty for many and prosperity for a few). Karl Marx is best remembered for his ideas/theories on...

  16. Karl Marx, in The Communist Manifesto (1848), advocated for the creation of a c____s e_____c system, where the wealth of society is… conomi lasse shared equally.

  17. We can infer that Great Britain and France controlled the most territory (with France controlling the larger land area) and that the countries of Liberia and Ethiopia were able to remain independent of European rule. At the Berlin Conference (1884-1885), 14 European nations met to divide up the continent of Africa. In regards to imperialism, what can we infer from this map?

  18. uropea ustif ggressiv Social ism, was used by E_____n imperialists to j___ y their a______ e expansion into foreign lands (after all, they had superior weapons, technology, and wealth when compared to non-European peoples).

  19. The "connection" is that European nations went to Africa in search of raw materials and markets as a result of the Industrial Revolution. In regards to imperialism, what is the "connection" between these three images?

  20. During the i _______m of Africa (and other nations of the world by European nations), Africans lost their i _________e, saw their economies change, and also experienced c_____l change. mperialis ndependenc ultura

  21. a powerful nation dominates the politics, economy, and the society of another nation. Christianization was a major effect of imperialism. With Christianization came education. Imperialism is when...

  22. Gandhi... led peaceful, non-violent demonstrations in India, which resulted in India being freed from British rule.

  23. Bolivar Latin/South Spanish Locke Rousseau Simon ______led many revolutions in ___________America, which resulted in the liberation of several colonies from _______rule. The ideas of _____ and ________had a major impact on Bolivar.

  24. led enslaved Africans in a revolution to throw off French rule of Haiti. Toussaint L'Ouverture . . .