One of the positive effects during the Industrial Revolution was that the workers in the factories had a good environment that was clean and safe . Every other worker was doing their job. In document nine the picture shows “that the workers are clean , they do not look dirty”. Their is no pollution in the factories the air in the factories look clean with the window open . Everyone is doing their job and being very careful when working on the …show more content…
Pollution made the air dangerous to breath. In document “seven the picture shows that all the smoke coming from the factories are causing pollution and the dark skies” . With the machines causing the pollution people would get sick because of all the smoke . For one the smoke is bad and can mess up people's lungs also people can start getting sick and end up dieing.
Even Though the Industrial Revolution had mostly negative effects but had some positive outcomes the workers had to be careful since the owners only cared about themselves. For an example , in document thirteen “Joseph Hebergam has damaged lungs and his leg muscles do not function properly therefore it does not support the weight of his bones”. The doctor had told him that all the dust from the factories and all the overwork caused him to get sick. He has also been told that he could die within a year. There has been more people that had died in the factories because of the machines.
In conclusion there was positive and negative effects during the Industrial Revolution. The majority was negative since since the owners only cared about themselves . The owners did not care if the workers would get hurt and if they would get hurt that would be their fault and would of needed to be more