The Long term Impacts of the Industrial Revolution
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Today I had to go to my office well I can take the train. If the Industrial Revolution wasn't there then there would not be one. After the industrial revolution transportation had become so easy and it was a long term effect because we are still using it.
COME ON LET'S GET WORK DONE!
This is child labour something very bad the industrial revolution brought.
You are completely right my friend, child labour was a long-term effect of the industrial revolution and it still happens now!
Oh! I can see in the dark, yes because of the bulb.
Without the Industrial Revolution, this bulb would be invented by Thomas Edison. We still use this invention to see in the dark therefore inventions like the bulb was a long-term impact.
Urbanization is when a people move from their town to big industrial cities to get better jobs. Back in the day farmers used to move to bigger cities and it still happens now. Therefore urbanization is a long-term impact of the Industrial Revolution.
There is too much pollution, in the industrial revolution, there was a lot of pollution because of the factories. Now there is still so much pollution and thereby this another long-term impact of the Industrial Revolution.
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