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Industrial Revolution is, in modern history, the process of change from an agrarian, handicraft economy to one dominated by industry and machine manufacture.
This process began in England in the 18th century and from there spread to other parts of the world. Although used earlier by French writers, the term Industrial Revolution was first popularized by the English economic historian Arnold Toynbee (1852–83) to describe England’s economic development from 1760 to 1840. Since Toynbee’s time the term has been more broadly applied.
- ↑ Encyclopædia Britannica. "Industrial Revolution. (2011).", referenced 2011-11-20.
- Industrial Revolution at Wikipedia
- Industrial Revolution and the Standard of Living by Clark Nardinelli at The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics
- Redeeming the Industrial Revolution by Wendy McElroy, November 2011
- The Third Industrial Revolution by Hans F. Sennholz, April 2006
- The Popular Interpretation of the "Industrial Revolution" by Ludwig von Mises, (excerpted from chapter 21 of Human Action)
- The Factory System of the Early Nineteenth Century by William H. Hutt, 1926
- How Come We're So Rich? (video) with Gary North, March 2013
External audio links
- The Industrial Revolution - Part One (Part Two, Three and Four) by Robert LeFevre, March 2004
- Necessary and Sufficient Causes of the Industrial Revolution: Some Critical Remarks on Mises and His Explanation, Panel on Property and History, March 2010
- The Industrial Revolution by Ralph Raico, August 2001
- War, Peace, and the Industrial Revolution by Ralph Raico, September 2004