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30 August, 05:40

Which of the following was a common experience for working-class children during the industrial revolution?

A. Participating in political activism

B. Attending a free public school

C. Operating machinery in a factory

D. Riding a steam-engine locomotive

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  1. 30 August, 07:00
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    C. In the Industrial Revolution, there were little to no laws protecting workers, so this meant that working class children could work to make money for their family.
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