made with machine tools powered by electric motors evolved into mass production, which is universally used today. 52 On the other hand, the French experience of state building faced much stronger resistance from local feudal powers keeping it legally and fiscally fragmented until the French Revolution despite significant increases in state capacity during the seventeenth century. By the late 19th century both prices and weekly work hours fell because less labor, materials, and energy were required to produce and transport goods. A Paradox in China". A Farewell to Alms: A Brief Economic History of the World. Rose, and, mark. Are skeptical of technological advances that improve resource availability. 16 17 The rapid economic growth that occurred during the Industrial Revolution was remarkable because it was in excess of population growth, providing an escape from the Malthusian trap.
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