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Updated: 6/15/2020
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  • The Great StinkThe summer of 1858 was very hot. There were no rain to fill the river - the water level fell rising the smell of the wastes.
  • She was a individual campaigner: working hard for the working class to improve their housings.
  • Her work powered to persuade the government to pass the 1875 Artisans' Dwelling act, giving the councils authority to knock down slums.
  • Her work powered to persuade the government to pass the 1875 Artisans' Dwelling act, giving the councils authority to knock down slums.
  • In 1861, Pasteur published his book 'Germ Theory'. His experiments in 1864 convinced most scientists that diseases were caused by bacteria.
  • Because of the scientific proof that dirt and diseases were related; more people were wanting to pay taxes to cover the costs of public health reforms.
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