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How did industrialization hurt skilled craft workers working in the cottage industry? A) It led to the creation of unions. B) It led to a shortage of raw materials. C) It shifted populations from the countryside to the city. D) It undercut prices for their products.
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User: How did industrialization hurt skilled craft workers working in the cottage industry? A) It led to the creation of unions. B) It led to a shortage of raw materials. C) It shifted populations from the countryside to the city. D) It undercut prices for their products.

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