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6.02 The Industrial Revolution Assessment

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Kali Schiedel

on 24 March 2014

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6.02 The Industrial Revolution Assessment
Jobs were provided to people who felt they were unskilled, but able to operate heavy machinery. Products were made in larger quantity, better quality,and at a faster speed with reduced production times. The factory system strengthened British economy, and the cities grew rapidly with the creation of this system.
Garbage was spread throughout the streets and pollution had increased due to the factory system. The people were upset by their long working hours and little pay. Low income had whole families including children working for money. Diseases such as Cholera had spread due to poor hygienic.
As you can plainly see, to every situation comes a down fall. But with the new factory system and the help of the Industrial Revolution America has become what it is today. Garbage in the streets and poor hygienic is not something that couldn't be easily fixed. Positive easily outweighs the negative.
The Purpose:
Factory systems were adopted in England for the first time during the Industrial Revolution.They were invented with the idea of making products more rapidly with the use of machinery. Manufacturing was meant to be easier as well as making products more easily obtainable and give unemployed citizens a chance at employment. Producing merchandise at a larger scale, decreasing labor work and making products more affordable were the main goals of this idea.
6.02 The Industrial Revolution Assessment
"While the Industrial Revolution had both positive and negative effects on society and the economy, the positive effects outweighed the negative."

By: Kali Schiedel
World History Honors
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