What caused the Industrial Revolution
What caused the Industrial Revolution?
Before the Industrial Revolution, people did not have machines that would do their work for them. People were tired of doing things to survive (Farming, Making Clothes, etc.) and wanted to create machines that would make their lives easier. People invented many machines with positive and negative affects. For example, coal extraction was created so people could mine for coal easier, and the coal was used for something like railways or agricultural production. Machines kept on getting inspired by other machines and improved very fast.