How Did The British Lose Their Economy

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When the war had ended, the British began to have many challenges ahead of them like political upheaval, social-like disorders, and decaying of their economy. The South where running low on water and food supply, fresh land crops, and most of the people were losing their jobs, every single day 24/7 when people started to go hungry they lost a lot of their property like clothing, homes, business buildings, land, children-(Example, instead of having all the children go to school, they were all forced to do hard labor in factories, coal mines, mills, and yard work which was later called The Factory Acts), and even slaves were sold to more wealthier upper class people the ones who had the money to keep slaves in their plantations. A few weeks later,
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