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The Agricultural Revolution contributed to the Industrial Revolution in all of the following ways EXCEPT:
Less people were tied to agriculture due to the enclosure movement.
More people were moving to cities looking for work.
New techniques and inventions led to a greater output of food supply and therefore larger populations.
Crops from the Americas failed in European climates, making Europeans seek ways to improve agriculture.
Falling food prices allowed for more spending on consumer goods.