According to haine 2000 before the first world war

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agricultural advances that enabled inexpensive clothing, shoes, and food. According to Haine (2000), before the First World War, almost two-thirds of the urban workforce in Western Europe quickly outnumbered the rural labor force that made them earn wages beyond subsistence level (pg. 133). The lower classes comprised of those citizens with unskilled occupations, farmers and miners, and live challenging conditions. Those Challenging conditions are such as overcrowded housing and working 59 hours per week. Finally, with enormous bi-coastal lands, Johnland's naval and armed militia protected the citizens and the country in restrained times when more than five nations began to feel the stir for
NATION CREATION 4 First World War. Its BPD alliance with Portugal, France, and Great Britain guaranteed that in an industrial and imperial era, its foreign interests and trade were protected against enemies. References Goff, R., Moss, W., Terry, J., Upshur, J., & Schroeder, M. (2008). The Twentieth Century and Beyond: A Global History (7th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Haine, W. S. (2000). The history of France . Hamby, A. (2009). Outline of U.S. History.

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