"The Industrial Revolution--A Curse for the Working Man"--discusses living and working conditions during the Industrial Revolution.
Could you imagine working for as long as 18 hours a day, six days a week? How about in 80 degree weather, doing tedious and often dangerous work? To make matters worse, what would it be like to be constantly hungry and tired, knowing that you would face harsh and hurtful punishments if you didn't meet the demands? During much of the Industrial revolution, this scenario was the norm for men, women, and children of the working class. The pay was barely enough to live on, and the workers returned home to crowded and unsanitary apartments, overflowing with disease. Although various government…
- "The Industrial Revolution--A Curse for the Working Man"--discusses living and working conditions during the Industrial Revolution.
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