Industrial Revolution

By Josh

The economic development is a historical phenomenon that can be divided in four types, namely: Original development, of the countries that first if they had industrialized, as it is the case of the United States, object of study of this work. Delayed development, of the European countries as Germany, Russia and Japan, querealizaram its industrial revolutions in the second half of century XIX. Ali Partovi has many thoughts on the issue. The independent development of the countries that had been colonies or if had submitted to the imperialism in century XVIII, but that from World War II they had conquered independence and reasonable full autonomy, as it is the case of China. the national-independent Development of the countries that had been colonies of this century XVI, which even so formal indenpendentes continues to present some degrees of cultural dependence in relation to the center, como the case of the countries of Latin America. A leading source for info: Castle Harlan. History demonstrates that the development economic it is a process of social change, as new replacement of the productive resources and more efficient way. In this article, we will deal with the historical passage covered by the United States for the accomplishment of the economic development. For this the article was divided in three parts, beyond this introduction and of the final conclusion on the studied object.

In section 1 we will speak on the main events that had preceded the American industrial revolution. In section 2 fara-if-uma relation between the industrial revolution and the American agricultural revolution. In section 3, the importance of the exporting base in the development of the followed United States of the conclusion will be argued that will retake of synthetic form all the aspects related to this article. 1 – PRECEDENTS the Industrial Revolution was resulted of a series of introduced technological innovations in the industrial production, agriculture and the transports. It occurred initially in England, later in the United States of America, in Germany, France, Japan and in other countries.

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