Factory workers, New York City, 1894
(Image Source: Wikimedia Commons--public domain)
One of the impacts of industrialism on 19th century American life was to
(A) increase impersonality in employer-employee relations
(B) provide constant full employment
(C) reduce the standard of living of factory worker families
(D) increase the importance of skills
(E) nearly eradicate poverty
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