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The Agricultural Revolution is one of the many causes of the Industrial Revolution.
During the Agricultural Revolution the Enclosure Act was created which allowed farmers to fence up their land. The people who stayed around the farms had to move to the city. This is another cause of the Industrial Revolution.
Where are we going to stay now?
Let's go stay in the city.
Many people had to move to the city in search of jobs. The food from the Agricultural Revolution increased the population even more. The increased population in the cities, and need for jobs also helped cause the Industrial Revolution.
The living conditions at the factories were horrible until the worker rebelled.
Some of the inventions that were created are the plane, the light bulb, the telephone, and the power loom.
Now we have technology all thanks to the Industrial Revolution. Without the Industrial Revolution you wouldn't have a phone, a TV, a iPad, a kindle, or even a computer.
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