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The rise of industrialization radically changed life for people in the West in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Imagine that you are a person who grew up in a rural English farm village in the mid nineteenth century, but who will spend your working life and retirement years in London. Looking back on your life, what changes would have seemed the most striking to you (good or bad)? Assume that you will live through World War I.

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