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was the british government laissez-faire policy during the industrail revolution necassary? discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this policy, considering the perspective of the factory owners, workers and the economy of the nationa

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Please read through these sources and take notes on the government's policy. Organize your notes into advantages and disadvantages and then decide if you believe the policy was necessary. Your statement about whether or not it was necessary should be your thesis statement. Then support that with the disadvantages and advantages of the policy.

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