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  • Socialism - Robert Owen

    Socialism - Robert Owen
    the belief that the means of production, capital, land, raw materials, and factories should be owned or controlled by the society either directly or through the government
  • Steam Engine - James Watt

    Steam Engine - James Watt
  • Adam Smith

    Adam Smith
    A professor at the University of Gaslow,Scotland defended the idea of a free economy or free markets in his 1776 book The Wealth of Nations. Considered the founder of Capitalism.
  • Jeremy Bentham

    Jeremy Bentham
    Wrote Introduction to the Priciples of Moral and Legislation. He introduced the philosophy ultilitarianism
  • Samuel Slater

    Samuel Slater
    father of the american industrial revolution. opened factories
  • US industrial revolution

    US industrial revolution
    many new things were learned and many different inventions were being created
  • Regular Steamboat Service - Robert Fulton

    Regular Steamboat Service - Robert Fulton
  • Charles Fourier

    Charles Fourier
    Sought to offset the effects of industrialization with a new kind of econimic system called socialism.
  • Masticator - Thomas Hancock

    Masticator - Thomas Hancock
    shreds waste rubber
  • Feudalism - Nobles

    Feudalism - Nobles
    Depended on ownership of land.
  • Abolition of Slavery

    Abolition of Slavery
    there was an act made in 1833 abolitioning slavery in britain
  • Telegraph - Samuel F. B. Morse

    Telegraph - Samuel F. B. Morse
  • Affect of women

    Affect of women
    women's roles were changing. they were beggining to do different types of work instead of the "traditional" jobs women usually did
  • Sewing Machine - Elias Howe

    Sewing Machine - Elias Howe
  • Communism - Karl Marx

    Communism - Karl Marx
    sociopolitical movement that aims for a classless and stateless society
  • Factory Act

    Factory Act
    the factory act of 1847 restricted women and children to work only ten hours a day
  • Karl Marx

    Karl Marx
    Social scientist, historian, and revolutionary, Karl Marx is one of the most influential social thinkers to emerge in the nineteenth century. He also wrote the book Communist Manifesto.
  • Capitalism - Laissez Faire

    Capitalism - Laissez Faire
    an economic system in which investment and ownership of the means of production is made and maintained briefly by private individuals or corporations.
  • Transatlantic Cable - Cyrus Field

    Transatlantic Cable - Cyrus Field
  • Telephone - Alexander Graham Bell

    Telephone - Alexander Graham Bell