Terms / People to Know  Chap. 20  Industrial Revolution World History II
 
Ch 20 Sec1 (Pages 506-511)
Industrial Revolution        Agricultural Revolution       crop rotation                      Charles Townshend        Jethro Tull      Robert Bakewell        King George III       enclosure movement     population explosion Energy Revolution   Thomas Newcomen     James Watt      Matthew Boulton 
 
Ch 20 Sec 2 ( pages 510 – 515) 
The Crystal Palace    factory system      capital        Samuel Crompton      George Stephenson     Michael Faraday        Abraham Darby     cotton gin      Eli Whitney     John Kay       James Hargreaves   Richard Arkwright     turnpikes     Robert Fulton   “ The Clermont”      
 
Ch 20 Sec 3 (pages 516 – 520 )
Hard Times    Charles Dickens     urbanization      Manchester, England      child labor 
Patience Kershaw    Ashley Mines Commission report     Ned Ludd      Luddites     
John Wesley   Methodism     New Middle Class    Thomas Carlyle
 
Ch 20 Sec 4 ( pages 520 – 523)
Thomas Malthus    Essay on the Principles of Population    laissez-faire     Adam Smith   
Wealth of Nations    David Ricardo       Jeremy Bentham     utilitarianism       John Stuart Mill  
Socialism    The Utopians      Thomas More      Robert Owen     New Lanark      Karl Marx                            Friedrich Engels    “ The Communist Manifesto”    Communism       bourgeoisie    proletariat
 
Ideas to remember  
·        What factors led to the Agricultural Revolution?
·        How did the Industrial Revolution transform traditional ways of life?
·        What role did capital and technology play in the Industrial Revolution?
·        How did industrial contributions shape the world?
·        Why did new political and social philosophies develop during the Industrial Age and what were they?
 
Essay Questions for Chapter 19 test
1.     Explain how the Agricultural revolution helped pave the way for the Industrial Revolution. List and explain the innovations and inventions that led to the Agricultural revolution.
2.     Describe and explain the inventions of the Industrial Revolution. Explain the importance of each invention and how they effected workers and the environment. ( Give details, be specific)
3.     Explain the theories of three of the following Karl Marx, Jeremy Bentham, Thomas Malthus, David Ricardo, John Stuart Mill, or Robert Owen.