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4. Considering “Source 2: No Compensation” why do you think the injured workers were treated in this way? If they were injured they couldn't work as well. 5. Considering the picture beside “Source 2: No Compensation” , what information does it give us about the working conditions for children in the factories? They could easily get hurt. 6. “ Source 3: The Heat” compares the working conditions in the factories to slavery. a. To what extent do you agree with this view? Explain. Yes even though you get paid it's very little. b. In what ways does “Source 4: The Master” support or oppose the comparison of the conditions in the
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factories to slavery? It is slavery . c. In what ways does “Source 5: A Family’s Story” support or oppose the comparison of the conditions in the factories to slavery? It does not compare it to slavery but it does say that life was tough back then. 7. “Source 4: The Master” talks about the abuse that the children sometimes faced in the factories. a. What do you think the role of an “overlooker” is? To make sure kids are doing their work. b. What do you think the role of a “master” is?
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