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Consequences, both positive and negative, accompanied the growth of industrialization  in the 19th century. Fully discuss 2 positive and 2 negative consequences of  industrialization. Make sure in your discussion that you give examples and use specific  details. You must incorporate your readings into your explanations.  Industrialization propelled the growth of new technologies and the global population. Industrializing takes humanity a step back as well by reinforcing upper and lower class along with exploitation of third world countries. With industrialization came innovation, faster and more efficient machines and assembly lines were being created. The flying shuttle was created by John Kay to weave cotton, greatly increasing textile production. Years later the spinning mule replaced the flying shuttle in the textile assembly line. The influx of merchandise gave the opportunity to lower class citizens to own more goods and afford more food. The factory assembly lines created many jobs giving the lower class more opportunities to establish larger family units. This created a population growth that could be sustained due to the new technologies producing more goods faster and cheaper than ever before. Creating new technologies and implementing them into the factories to achieve
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