Which of the following is a way in which the Victorian Era was considered the “Worst of Times” while also being the “Best of Times”?
A. People were starving while the production and the use of new inventions made things easier for many.
B. Women and children were able to get good paying jobs, while still having to give their paychecks to their Dads and spouses.
C. Husbands started to listen to their wives more, but still abused their wives.
D. All of the above
(not d) once again not sure
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I'd say the first one. B and C say "still" in them, which means these problems were occurring before. I feel like an era having a hugely great part and bad part should be new events.
A says people were starving, which is really bad as a time period, but innovations came along as well. They at least attempt to balance each other out.