The agrarian revolution that fueled the Industrial Revolution might be thought of as a technological revolution, that is, an improvement in technology permitting a greater crop yield, say.

But the greatest contribution made by the agrarian revolution was the Labor it displaced from the Land, "freeing" it to go to the cities where it became the servant of Capital. Thus, the third classical element in political economy.

The number of Enclosure Acts of the British Parliament between 1700 and 1845 was 3835, involving the enclosure of 7,622,664 acres, most of it the commons.

The inferno of the British Industrial Revolution was bewteem 1800 and 1825. It can be argued that the availability of cheap Labor, along with steam transportation of raw materials, also cheap, that allowed Capital a cheap investment for a big return.

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