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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Rubber exports began in the 1890 andturned into imperial colony's, most profitableindustry. Industrial factoriesworked 24 hours and machines needed:cotton, coal, iron, wheat, rubber, and minerals. Charles Goodyear invented vulcanized rubber in 1841, which increased mass production ofshoes, balls, tires,hat, umbrella, life jackets, rafts, water proof clothing,and fan belts: Increased European demandof raw rubber. Automobile tires, bicycle wheels, and pedals: Dunlop's invention ofinflatable rubber increasedGlobal and Eurpean demandfor rubber Belgium: John Cockerill and Williamcreated machines shops in 1807. Belgian Industrializationthrived in textile, coal,and iron. Economy improveddrastically since farming methods. Negative Impacts:Working Conditions-CombinationAct of 1799 and 1800 by British Parliament : Unskilled workers couldn'tcreate unions for better working conditions.Poorhouses: Poor Law of 1834, prison like housesto decrease government aid. Urbanization: Population density increased diseases and slums.Hierarchy: Increasing gapof rich and poor: Bourgeoisies and Proletariats GDP Per Capita, Regions into Groups (1900: Economic Changes) Japan English Speaking Countries Asia and Africa European Continent Northwest Eururope "Listen to the yell of Leopolds ghost,Burning in Hell for his hand-maimed host.Hear how the demons chuckle and yell,Cutting his hands off, down in Hell" Vachel Lindsays- The Congo Positive Impacts- Mass production Technological advances Intro to CommunismGlobal Trade ( Vast Resources)Employment (Career Opportunity) Industrial Revolution: Return on Rubber Sinigdha BiswasGlobal, Ms. Pinto Scarlet Class
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