Industrial Revolution in America.
The Industrial Revolution describes the transformation of society by "industrialization of the economy."
A main defining feature of the Industrial Revolution was a dramatic increase in production in factories that was made possible by the mechanization of processes that were once done by hand. Much of this work was done in factories by women and children in particular. Below is a statement about child laborers:
"Children were employed for four simple reasons:
*there were plenty of them in orphanages and they could be replaced easily if accidents did occur
*they were much chea…
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