THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION OF ENGLAND
The Industrial Revolution met the financial expectations of the bourgeoisie; however, it fell short of meeting the financial goals of the large working class. The Industrial Revolution, though it had numerous positive effects on England and the rest of the world, was a highly detrimental force that acted against the immense working class.
The Industrial Revolution suppressed an already poor working class; people who wanted to simply make an honest
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once again showing how the Industrial Revolution reeked havoc among the working class and made their lives miserable.
In conclusion, though the Industrial Revolution benefited the bourgeoisie class greatly, it did everything but benefit the working class. It caused disease, suffering, and disability along with low moral. The Industrial Revolution suppressed the working class and kept them from making any personal advancements in society condemning them and their children to a life in the factories.