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Industrial Revolution

HISTORIANS CONSIDER the Industrial Revolution to be the beginning of the modern era in the Western world. The revolution is marked by a century-long transition from small-scale domestic craftwork to the extensive use of machinery and mass-production techniques. The ...

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