Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution

Which statement is supported by the ideas of Karl Marx?
Industrialization benefits the wealthy and exploits the poor.
A long-term result of the Industrial Revolution in Europe was
a general rise in the standard of living
During the 18th and 19th centuries, Europeans improved roads and bridges and built railroads in their colonies primarily to
obtain raw materials needed for industrialization
Successful revolutions are rooted in people well-off enough to know they could and should be better off.” This statement supports the idea that revolutionary leadership usually comes from which social class?
educated urban dwellers
Which is a long-range effect of industrialization on the status of women in the West?
increase in employment opportunities for women
The average worker can never obtain more than a minimum level of living. The worker is deprived of the wealth he himself has created. The state is a committee of the bourgeoisie for the exploitation of the people.” The ideas in this quotation would most likely be expressed by a
Marxist Socialist
Which statement best reflects the theories of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels?
Workers will change working conditions by revolutionary means.
Which generally occurs as a nation moves from an agricultural economy to an industrial economy?
There is a greater need for education and training.
Which situation is a long-term effect of the Industrial Revolution?
The nations of the world have become more interdependent.
Which has been a major change resulting from the industrialization of Western Europe?
increased social mobility
In his writings, Karl Marx maintained that history is primarily
an ongoing class conflict between the rich and the poor