anonymous
  • anonymous
How did the Industrial Revolution affect the development of social classes in Great Britain? A. It led to the decline and eventual fall of the middle class. B. It divided society into a greater number of social classes. C. It led many to argue that all people belong to a single class. D. It reduced the gap between the rich and poor classes.
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GenTorr
  • GenTorr
The Industrial revolution promoted the world's first industrial and consumer-oriented society in Britain.Social emulation was etc

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