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During the industrial revolution wage slaves worked in factories These factories had horrible working conditions The workers were forced to work thirteen or fourteen hours a day They would be slaves if they werent getting paid hence the name wage slaves There were young children and adults all of them women The women didnt know that what went on in the factories was wrong They didnt like The conditions at all but they didnt complain too much because they thought it was normal There were many females who have had corporeal punishment inflicted upon them Reading A For example one eleven-year-old girl had her leg broken with a billet of wood The workers were forced to work thirteen hours a day having almost no time for Food or any education In addition to the bad working conditions they were all forced to sleep in Boardinghouses because their homes were miles away from the factories The women slept six to a poorly ventilated room and there were only three beds in each room Also while working the windows are all closed causing heat and moisture in the air When asked why the windows werent open a woman answered When the wind blew the threads did not work well Reading 2 She was completely unaware that the deprivation of fresh air wasnt normal or healthy And when a worker named Miss Bartlett was told that to be dismissed by a bell has a sense of blind obedience and slavery she replied Our engagements are voluntarily entered into with our employers There isnt a tinge of slavery existing in itReading 3 The women were slaves They left their quiet homes to work in these bad conditions day after day The employers paid people to recruit new workers They paid a dollar a head for all he brings to the market and more in proportion to the
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