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The problems with the beginning of industrialization is change in life, such as more crowded cities, more polluted areas, and child labor are increased at an alarming rate.

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Problems with Industrialization The problems with the beginning of industrialization is change in life, such as more crowded cities, more polluted areas, and child labor are increased at an alarming rate. The industrial revolution began by inventing new technology like using coal to develop steam power. There was migration from farm to cities. Cities were polluted, dirty, and loud. Tenement houses were built and that would soon lead to easily spread diseases. Over crowded areas began to become a problem because, people where looking for new jobs at the factories the cities started to build. ...read more.

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London, like most cities, was not prepared for this great increase in people. People crowded into already crowded houses. Rooms were rented to whole families or perhaps several families. If there wasn't any rooms to stay in people would find a tenement house. Polluted areas where such a problem because Chimneys, bridges and factory smoke blocked out most of the light in the towns. A layer of dirty smoke often covered the streets like a blanket. This came from the factories that used steam to power their machines. ...read more.

Conclusion

They spent most of their working hours at the machines with little time for fresh air or exercise. Even part of Sunday was spent cleaning machines. There were some serious accidents, some children were scalped when their hair was caught in the machine, hands were crushed and some children were killed when they went to sleep and fell into the machine. In conclusion the industrialization had many problems, such as; more crowded cities, more polluted areas, and child labor are increased at an alarming rate. Luckily it got better and wasn't so filthy and chaotic. They enforced child labor laws as well. ...read more.

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