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Industrial Revolution
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the historical transformation in Europe, in the late 18th and early 19th century in which people went from making goods in their own homes with simple tools to making them in large-scale factories with complicated machinery
  • Kitsch is a product of the industrial revolution which urbanized the masses of Western Europe and America and established what is called universal literacy.

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