Industrial Revolution

Hannah Elder

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poor vs rich living conditions

poor conditions- some major problems in the poor living conditions were: pollution, overcrowding, diseases, and waste disposal


rich conditions- With the advent of new technologies, mass-produced goods could be created and sold more cheaply and quickly than ever before, inciting a surge of production and consumption. With the explosion of manufacturing and trade, the rich who owned businesses got even richer.

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Poor and rich working conditions

Poor conditions- They worked like dogs, little breaks, hardly any time for food and water, forced to grow up quicker than expected.


Rich- They worked less, plenty to eat and drink, had time to themselves, hardly ever had to work.

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poor vs rich children

poor- Constantly working, never any free time, and little education


rich- they had good education, never had to work hardly, and free time