manufacturing population

The Industrial RevolutionThe Industrial Revolution
During this period, the population in the cities began to grow. The factories sprouted up everywhere. People used to work on the farms, but it became hard to compete with big farms
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Chapter 20: Primary and Secondary Sources Industrialization and Social ChangeChapter 20: Primary and Secondary Sources Industrialization and Social Change
The potential was tremendous; for the first time, human beings had the ability to produce far more than was needed to sustain a large percentage of the population. Whether that potential would be realized, and at what cost
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Lecture 15: Work and HealthLecture 15: Work and Health
Population growth and urbanisation caused overcrowding, insanitary conditions, poverty and squalor in urban centres
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