Industrial Revolution in England

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Can somebody help me with this? It looks like a lot but I only need 9 bullet points!Directions: Read the following theses of recognized historians on causes of the Industrial Revolution in England. For each one, list three pieces of historical evidence that would support the interpretation. These can be done in bullet point formation.Crane BrintonBy increasing productivity and at the same time releasing part of the agricultural labor force for jobs off the farm, the agricultural revolution was assisting the Industrial Revolution.J. Russell MajorThe Industrial Revolution could not have taken place if improved transportation facilities had not made it possible to bring coal and raw materials to new factories having steam-operated machinery and to carry away the finished product.R.R. PalmerThe shifting to modern machine production requires in any country a certain mobility of people and of wealth. Such mobility may be produced by state pressure, as in the twentieth-century industrialization of the Soviet Union. In England, a high degree of social mobility existed in the eighteenth century in consequence of a long historical development.

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