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The Factory Act of 1833 a. prohibited textile mills from employing workers under the age of nine. b. increased wages for all workers of Great Britain and Scotland. c. granted women equal pay for equal work. d. created separate guilds for male and female workers. e. enacted safety laws.
The Factory Act of 1833 prohibited textile mills from employing workers under the age of nine.
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The Factory Act of 1833 prohibited textile mills from employing workers under the age of nine.
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