H111 Social Effects

H111 Social Effects - Capital and Labor Cheap Clothes...

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H111 Social Effects of the Industrial Revolution
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Societal Changes Development of New Classes Wealthy Industrialists The Middle Class The Working Class Changes in the Family Production outside the home Increasingly separate lives
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Unformatted text preview: Capital and Labor Cheap Clothes Effects on Children Attempts at Reform 1833: Factory Act in England 1881: Children ages 5-10 MUST be in School 1841: Frances First Child Labor Law...
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