The Industrial Revolution were only available in Britain through the late 1700's. It made its way to America in the 18th and 19th century. It caused a remarkable differ from hand tools and handmade what to products made by machines. The increase of production led to high gains for stock owners. In Britain the machines increased the work of skilled artisans, and in the us the machines helped the entrepreneur's efficiency. The Industrial Revolution benefited the center class more significantly, but impacted all lives through American background. (2) It created a demand for laborers and a development of mass products. It transpired from the inventions of machines and the development of new things. If modern culture had missed out on the Industrial revolution, life would lack technology, travel, the necessity for education, and other modern conveniences.