Industrial Revolution

What were the consequences of the Industrial Revolution in the u.s?


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Some of the consequences were child labor and crowding in cities. There was a high demand for factory workers, so many immigrants and children worked in factories to make money. The Industrial Revolution also moved many families from the country to cities to work in factories.


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