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100 200 300 400 500 EconomicsName the Invention Factories How ‘bout a revolution Misc. Terms
Adam Smith wrote the book __________, outlining modern capitalism A 100
The Wealth of Nations A 100
What did Karl Marx say society was a history of… A 200
Class Struggles A 200
The term economists use to describe the self-regulating nature of the marketplace A 300
The Invisible Hand A 300
In a capitalist state, who owns the means of production? A 400
Private ownership A 400
What is Karl Marx’s motto regarding communism? A 500
From each according to his ability, to each according to his need A 500
Jethro Tull B 100
horse drawn cultivator B 100
B 200 Charley Goodyear
Rubber B 200
Henry Bessemer refined iron ore into… B 300
Steel B 300
James Watt B 400
Steam Engine B 400
Eli Whitney B 500
Cotton Gin Interchanegable Parts B 500
The Factory system replaced what type of workers? C 100
Skilled workers C 100
The factory systems increased ________ and _______ C 200
Production and efficiency C 200
True or False: With the rise of the industrial revolution, the middle class grew. C 300
TRUE C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
In what way did overseas colonies contribute to the textile industry in England? C 400
Cultivation of cotton C 400
What are the factors of production? C 500
The basic resources necessary for industrialization: land, capital, labor C 500
D 100 What factor of production is a machine Land, labor or capital
Capital (also equipment, and tools used in production) D 100
Preceding the Industrial Revolution, most British people lived where… D 200
The Farm D 200
Preceding the Industrial Revolution was a(n) _______ revolution D 300
Agricultural Revolution (improvements in agriculture, mechanization of agriculture, D 300
During the Industrial Revolution, waterpower was replaced by __ power. D 400
Steam D 400
Name one way the Industrial Revolution was a revolution: D 500
Replaced the private artisan Increased growth and wealth of Western countries Increased the need for overseas expansion Increased productivity D 500
The idea that the government should not interfere with the operations of business is called____ E 100
Laissez Faire E 100
These laws removed previously existing rights of local people to carry out activities in these areas, such as cultivation, cutting hay, grazing animals or using other resources such as small timber, fish, and turf.cultivationhay grazing E 200
Enclosure Acts E 200
Book written by Marx and Engles was…. E 300
The Communist Manifesto E 300
The Owners of the Means of Production are known as the… E 400
Bourgeoisie E 400
The Working class (defined by Marx is known by what word) E 500
Proletariat E 500
Developed faster means of communicating after his wife died because of poor ways of communication F 100
Samuel Morse F 100
This individual valued the concept of a “free enterprise system” F 200
Adam Smith F 200
These individuals offered cheap labor in factories F 300
Children F 300
Name the frontrunner in the Republican primary F 400
Mitt Romney F 400
Many of these individuals sought work after the Enclosure Act. They became factory workers F 500
Farmers F 500
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