Moldren's Common Failure

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hildren could work at such a young age as they were forced to crawl into dangerous, unguarded machinery to fix any problems. This was a common mistake as children usually crawled out with broken bones and possibly death. Children had to also work for long hours which made them become tired which caused the children to fall asleep on their feet while working. 40 percent of accidents were caused by factory machinery at Manchester infirmary in 1822 and this was highly unacceptable as children only got paid a fraction of what an adult did and sometimes the factory owners would get away without paying
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