March 2004
Literary Cavalcade;Mar2004, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p37
This article presents an outline of an essay describing the development of the industrial revolution. The introduction part defines industrial revolution and the thesis that the industrial revolution began in England and was made possible by natural resources, talented engineers, and a strong labor supply. The first body paragraph, second body paragraph and third body paragraph consist of topic sentences. The essay concludes that the industrial revolution was made possible by a unique combination of natural resources, great thinkers, and a strong labor force in Great Britain.


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