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Life during the industrial revolution
LIFE DURING THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
Industrialization- As American factories grew, they no longer needed to employ skilled workers who had spent years learning their particular trade. Instead, they could hire unskilled laborers who performed simple tasks and worked for lower wages. As a result, American factory work became "deskilled" after the Civil War.
-Even in good times wages were low, hours long and working conditions hazardous.
-Little of the wealth which the nation generated went to the workers
-Factory conditions deteriorated making them unsafe and unhealthy…
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