The Social Revolution

The Social Revolution

History – Junior Cert

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The Social Revolution

There were four separate parts of the social revolution – the population revolution (created a workforce to work on the land), the industrial revolution (new machines), the agricultural revolution (produced goods) and the transport revolution (to link major centres of the population).  From 1750 onwards, the population of Britain began to rise rapidly from 7 million to 60 million in 2001.  This was due to people marrying a...

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