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Title: industrial revolution

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Subject: History
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Date: November 10, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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This industry was efficient but the workers didn't make the products as fast which made costs higher. The longer it took one person to manufacture a product, the higher the price. Since the goods were high in price they were pretty much only able to be bought by rich people. In 1733, the demand for cotton cloth was high, but production was low...

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This crisis had to be solved or England's economy would be destroyed. The answer came from British weaver, John Kay, who invented the flying shuttle, which made it easier to weave. John Kay was a pioneer and his invention helped inventors. Although at first, many workers didn't accept machines, many inventions were destroyed, but it was not about to be stopped...

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