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Help me travel the world on The American, French, and Industrial Revolutions in Western civilization all involved issues of land resources as part of the change they embodied. The Industrial Revolution in particular, relied heavily upon land resources. Production for subsistence or survival and trade wealth for a very few had been the norm. During the Industrial Revolution, the mass production of all types of products, led to a surplus of goods available for an emerging middle class. Labor was freed from the land by the mass surplus production, and more time-saving products available than ever before. Local-market, agrarian-economy barter systems tied to the land began to be replaced with banks, stock markets, and urban market stores. The new center for civilization was no longer the land and rural villages, but the emerging urban areas with industry as the core. Help me travel the world 2016.

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