AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY: BEFORE AND AFTER THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION – SOLUTION

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AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY: BEFORE AND AFTER THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
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INTRODUCTION

In the last decades of the 18th century, the First Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain. The discovery of the new sources of energy generated had made big contribution in the launching of the First Industrial Revolution.  Machines for spinning thread and weaving cloth were increasingly driven by steam rather than waterpower. The steam engine derived its fuel from coal. Most of the power to run the industries in England and in other countries in Europe was supplied by Watt’s steam engine. Coal was used to

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