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Chapter 18, Lesson 3: Economic Changes (pp. 490-493)

I. The Agricultural Revolution

II. The Industrial Revolution

    A. British inventions helped workers produce more goods, especially in the textile industry.

    B. Capitalists invested money in new industries.

    C. Workers increased production through specialization.

    D. New industries provided jobs but created dangerous, unhealthy working and living conditions for many laborers.

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