Question: Bronowskio compares the Industrial Revolution with the American

Bronowskio compares the Industrial Revolution with the American and French Revolutions. He calls the Industrial Revolution the “English Revolution,” but it was clearly influential well beyond England. Why does Bronowski call it the “English Revolution,” and on what grounds? How did its “English” character come to affect other countries where the Industrial Revolution also occurred? Do you think there is an ideology to industrialization that affects a country when it becomes industrialized?


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