Features of the industrial revolution in Europe and America

Region (country) Agrarian preconditions for the industrial revolution
France and Western Europe The destruction of the seigneurial system as a result of the French Revolution; small peasant farms were characterized by weak marketability and new methods of farming were not introduced into them
Russia and Eastern Europe Reform of the abolition of serfdom; large landowners managed to adapt to new conditions and become profitable
Northern states of the USA and Canada The emergence of farms based on private ownership of land
Southern states of the USA and Latin America The existence of profitable large estates (plantations and latifundia) with the use of slave labor, focused on the export of agricultural products
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