Labor Unions And Working Conditions During The Industrial Revolution

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Labor Unions and working Conditions. Working conditions were part of the problems that Labor Unions took care of. At the beginning of the industrial Revolution there were not many laws made for working field, without laws or having being told how to have a company/factory kept, owners were too uncaring and paid a little attention to the cleanliness of the business but more to the profit that was being made. Also owners were not paying their employees enough money, and the factories were unsafe. The cause of the problem was that owners were selfish and very greedy. Most of the people at that time were not educated. As a result, workers went on strikes for higher wages and safer working conditions, but the owners were not going down with
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