AUTHOR 1: 'The Industrial Revolution of the 19th century had its roots in changes of the 18th - and the developments that made it possible stretched back into the 17th. Ultimately, there was no real 'Industrial Revolution' in the sense of a sudden change. People did not simply go to bed one day as cottage farmers and wake up the next morning in a cotton factory.'
AUTHOR 2: 'Behind every dramatic historical change, there is a series of events that made it possible - but this does not disprove the existence of watershed points in history. The Industrial Revolution was one such point; admittedly, changes to the structure of English life in the 18th century set the stage, but the 19th century was a clear 'revolution' in an important sense of the term.
If you encountered these two passages on the SAT, which of the following would be a good strategy?