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First of all the working class evolved in England This happened mostly because England was the first to use machines for mass production For instance with new inventions like the Spinning Jenny machines in England it caused a revolution to take place in England first These machines reduced the values of the old tools the property of the individual craftsmen and replaced the accomplishments and intellectual powers of the workers As a result workers hated the machines The machines were far too expensive to be owned by the common worker which meant that the workers would have no possession of their own property Without possession of property the workers lives ended up depending on the owners of the machines they used Battles were fought between workers against the use of these machines but the owners ended up winning since they had more general resources like money Furthermore because the machines caused a revolution in employment opportunities and the framework of property-ownership in the structure of society and the classification of men the machines ended up creating the working class Due to the growth in productivity dependent on machines working conditions became unbearable and inhumane For example in England the majority of the workers were women and children Companies recruited a large number of children and were paid extremely low wages This kept the wage-cost down for the employers and were still further reducing the average wages paid to other workers too In 1835 England the children under the ages of 13 working in a cotton industry totaled to around 24 164 and youths of ages 13 to 18 accumulated to 53 843 The factories and mills took away the childrens childhoods They had no happiness in their lives The only thing that was visible was the depressed appearances on their faces The children would often be so tired from work that they would sleep during work hours or even work while they were sick
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