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Textile mills in America and Europe became more efficient due to advancements in machinery such as the Spinning Jenny and power loom. What resulted from the technology advancements in the textile industry?

Cloth could be made more quickly and many textile workers have had their jobs replaced by machines.

Women and children never had to work in textile mills.

More workers are needed to run the looms and make cloth.

Farmers do not need to grow cotton any longer.

My answer: Cloth could be made more quickly and many textile workers have had their jobs replaced by machines.

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  1. That may be true today but it was not true early in the industrial revolution.

    http://www.intriguing-history.com/spinning-jenny-industrial-revolution/

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