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Child Labour During the Industrial Revolution in Britain
Child labour generally means children work to produce a good or a service whether they are paid or not. It's a term for employing children. The Industrial Revolution introduces steam power. Factories were built. These took away the job from people. They moved to crowded cities to find work places. Labourers were needed. Families were poor so they sent children to work as well. People were used to it, they worked when they were young and it was normal for their children to do so.
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