The Industrial Revolution Was A Failure In Great Britain

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The Industrial Revolution, although, helped us take our economy to the next level, created harsh lives for the young workers that worked in the factories. The factories were unsafe because in “History of the Cotton Manufacture in Great Britain” by Edward Baines, it talks about how the children that worked would get eaten by the spinners and overlookers and had the same food every day while working 13 to 15 hours. By getting beaten everyday and working up to 15 hours a day they had weak limbs, making them grow inmobil and crippled. In the testimony of Joseph Herbergram, he stated that he, too, had damaged his lungs and leg muscles, couldn 't carry the weight of his own bones and became crippled. His damaged was caused by the dust in the factory
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