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The workers of the First Industrial Revolution, which began in Britain’s textile industry in the late 18th century, lifted many out of poverty, but not that far. By the start of the Second Industrial revolution, spearheaded by Henry Ford in the early part of the 20th century, the lives of the working class had improved quite a bit, though by the 1920s a huge wealth gap remained. The Third Industrial Revolution, one that is technology driven, has quickly given way to the Fourth....

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