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The industrial revolution represents the commence of a process which would lead to the most critical changes in the fundamental structures of society thus far Evans 2001 p 129 This essay argues that Britains great colonial power political stability and potent rural industry were the most important factors in the British success of industrialisation Hence the essay will firstly try to sort out what laid the foundation for Britain as a well-developed industrial economy Secondly the essay will explore the agricultural industry the process of economic growth and also try to examine the geographical spread of industrialisation and the importance of infrastructure Britains development from an agricultural based economy to an industrial economy began to emerge during the eighteenth century as the cause of several circumstances which together merged and developed into what we today call the industrial revolution In the beginning of the eighteenth century Britain was already in comparison to many other nations a well developed urbanized country Evans 2001 p 130 Only that as a matter of fact is a fundamental condition in order to gain financial and technological growth and this presumably gave Britain a great advantage in the moving towards a modernized society One could argue that Britains move towards an industrialisation began already in the late 16th-century and had its take-off in what came to be called The Glorious Revolution What is strongly coherent with this revolution is The Bill of Rights which where issued during the same time Source The Bill Of Rights generally vindicated the end of definitive monarchy erased the religious and political troubles between Scotland and England established a parliamentary government and brought better rights for the individual source Presumably this benefitted entrepreneurship and self-employment which were two important elements in the British industrialisation source Evans argue that the prosperity the British Empire came to gain was highly dependent on its colonial power which gave them access to
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