Answer to Question #76793 in Other History for Reagan
Make Inferences How did capitalists influence the Industrial Revolution? What do you think would have happened to industrialization if capitalists had not recognized the potential for profit in the factory system?
The role of capitalists in the Industrial Revolution was maintained in investments in factories, production growth, high raw materials demands, worldwide trade, new inventions, innovations, transportation, agriculture, and communication changes. It would fail if economic power moved to the aristocratic classes also into the hands of the latest middle class, and finally, to the bourgeoisie.