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-Before the Industrial Revolution, all manufacture of products like textiles was done at home and on a small scale . This was called the cottage or domestic system . -Everyone did their part.

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-Before the Industrial Revolution, all manufacture of products like textiles was done at home and on a small scale. This was called the cottage or domestic system.

-Everyone did their part.

-Textile production: children cleaned the wool, women spun the fibers into thread and men wove the thread into cloth.

-Slow and tedious work

-Expensive products

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Advanced weaving machines become too large and too expensive to be used by weavers at home.

Factories can produce goods in less time and at a lower cost with new technology powered by water and steam.

Weavers, spinners and unskilled laborer stop working for themselves in the home and start working in factories for wages.

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