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Q: Which of the following was an effect of the factory system on both workers and society? A) More people joined the middle class. B) Workers became more skilled. C) The price of products increased.
D) Workers dealt directly with merchants
A: More people joined the middle class was an effect of the factory system on both workers and society.
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More people joined the middle class was an effect of the factory system on both workers and society.

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