Until the 18th century, England was considered an agricultural country in which most of the population worked in agriculture.
With the introduction of machine production and the advent of steam engines, a new industry began to develop in the country – light industry.
Manual production was gradually replaced by large factories.
Due to the presence of large stocks of cotton, England came out on top in the production of clothing.
The growth of capitalist relations began, the first monopolies appeared, more than half of the population was employed in industry.
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