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The Living Conditions Imposed Upon the Public in the Industrial Revolution
As people flocked to the cities for work at the boom of the industrial revolution, the need to for house grew fast; too fast. Whilst there were some men, like Robert Owen, who worked hard to build good houses even thought it took more time, most would not. These builders ruthlessly exploited the people in need of homes by erecting poor, and often unsanitary, shoddily built houses. Industrial workers often paid unreasonably high rents for, what was at best, sub-standard housing. <Tab/><Tab/><Tab/>In the rush to build, many h…
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