Sweatshops In The 19th Century

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In the beginning of the 19th century the job quality declined dramatically. People who owned businesses quit caring about the conditions of their workers and only cared about their business. Factories, mills, and other work places earned the nickname sweatshops because they were always overcrowded with no ventilation and there was little pay and long hours. This eventually caused the workers to become angry forming groups among each other to help fight the system and earn better quality in the
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