Chapter 18 • Revolutions of Industrialization


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Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM

This disc provides instructors with ready-made and customizable PowerPoint multimedia presentations built around chapter outlines, as well as maps, figures, and images from the textbook, available in both jpeg and PowerPoint formats:

• Map 18.1: The Early Phase of Europe’s Industrial Revolution (p. 829)

• Map 18.2: The Industrial United States in 1900 (p. 841)

• Map 18.3: Latin America and the World, 1825–1935 (p. 850)

• The Crystal Palace Machine Shop (p. 868)

• The Railroad—A Symbol of the Industrial Era (p. 869)

• Outside the Factory (p. 870)

• Child Labor (p. 872)

• “Coalbrookdale by Night” (p. 873)

• Capital and Labour (p. 874)

Documents and Essays from Worlds of History: A Comparative Reader, Third Edition (Volume 2)

The following documents, essays, and illustrations to accompany Chapter 18 are available in Volume 2, Chapter 7 of this reader by Kevin Reilly:

Arnold Pacey, Asia and the Industrial Revolution

Adam Smith, from The Wealth of Nations

• From The Sadler Report of the House of Commons

• Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, from The Communist Manifesto

• Peter N. Stearns, The Industrial Revolution Outside the West

• John H. Coatsworth, Economic Trajectories in Latin America

• Iwasaki Yataro, Mitsubishi Letter to Employees




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