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Exercise:
What were the causes of the Industrial Revolution?

There were several causes of the Industrial Revolution starting in the 18th century.

First, the population increased in the 18th century. There was need for more food and goods. People had to find ways to increase production. It helped the coming of the Industrial Revolution.

Second, new machines were invented. They changed the way of production in farms and factories. Production was increased more quickly. This brought about the Industrial Revolution.

Third, the Europeans set up more colonies overseas. .....

Fourth, more capital was accumulated from trade......

Fifth, in Europe feudalism was ended......

You should complete points 3,4,5.

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