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Economic History Fun Facts

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The 'feudal system' (Feudalism) is a cultural, political, and economic way of running a country based on land ownership, class, and loyalty.
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The same inventor also designed the concept of horsepower. He discovered a way to make steam power more efficient without the cooling and reheating process.
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The Storming of the Bastille took place on the 14th of July, 1789. This led to a major change in the political assembly of Paris, France, at that time and was only the beginning of a 10-year revolution.
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During the first industrial revolution in the 1700s, technology, and innovative new energy sources were key factors. But textiles like cotton and silk increased the economy more than anything.
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The term Cliometrics derives from the female from Greek mythology called Clio. According to legends, Clio was the muse of history.
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The first industrial revolution boosted the economy, increased work productivity, and improved living standards due to technological innovations.
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Marxism is a theory based on the principle that the divide between the capitalists and the working class will always lead to conflict and revolution.
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In the early 1700s, certain parts of America was the wealthiest economy in the world. This was due to many factors, but farming and shipbuilding were abundant around that time.
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Adam Smith was known as the 'Father of Economics' and wrote one of the most influential books in history, 'An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Wealth of Nations.'
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By 1843 the US was recovering, and they had sights on a territory that would rescue their economy. California and Texas would be prevalent in making the US wealthy again.

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