Poor air and water quality
Urbanization of the population
Transformation of Britain's social structure
An increased life span for workers
None of the above
No sanitary codes
Lack of housing
Lack of education
Lack of police
None of the Above
The improvement of technologies reduced the need for land, thus reducing the productivity of land.
The standards of living for people of all classes improved at least somewhat due to the wealth of their nation.
Factories desired engineers and professional workers, which increased educational opportunities.
Certain goods that used to be called consumer goods were now luxury goods because people were focused on certain consumer goods that they neglected others.
The United States was envious of Britain and started to industrialize from its own free will, and not by force.