What conditions made possible the victory of the industrial revolution?

The main reason for the industrial revolution was the transition from an agrarian society to an industrial one. A gradual shift away from agriculture and manual labor, and improvements in industrial production, made this transition possible. This all contributed to more accelerated economic growth and urban development. Also, to a large extent, the industrial revolution became possible thanks to the active development of science, the formation of institutions of private property, and the development of financial markets.

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