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A month ago
1)Compared to the conditions before the industrial revolution, the condition of workers in industrial England was:
 
  it's impossible to say because we don't have data on this question.


  worse


  largely the same.


  better.


2)The development of large factories:
 
  centralized property in the hands of a few.


  increased the division of labor in manufacturing


  drove independent workmen out of the market.


  led to increasing social isolation among workers.

3)Engels argued that industrialization and urbanization:
  improved the daily life of workers.


  increased the freedom and choices of workers.


  required workers to accept the conditions of the bourgeoisie or starve.


  allowed workers to use education as a means of advancement.
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A month ago
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2 first option

3 third option

Not a sociologist, just speculations

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A month ago
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This largely depends on who you ask. Many philosophers, like Engels, noticed that workers were mistreated, and so argued it was a bad thing.
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A month ago
2)The development of large factories:     centralized property in the hands of a few.   increased the division of labor in manufacturing   drove independent workmen out of the market.   led to increasing social isolation among workers.

Both the first and second option make sense to me. Honestly, I'd guess (A), but re-reading B also makes sense. Ahhh
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A month ago Edited: A month ago, bio_man
3)Engels argued that industrialization and urbanization:   improved the daily life of workers.   increased the freedom and choices of workers.   required workers to accept the conditions of the bourgeoisie or starve.   allowed workers to use education as a means of advancement.

I agree with Duddy, this guy hated industrialization.

Read this to get an idea: https://biology-forums.com/index.php?topic=948198
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