[Answer] Read this excerpt from Friedrich Engels’s The Condition of the Working Class in England.Every great city has one or more slums where the working-class is crowded together. . . . The streets are generally unpaved rough dirty filled with vegetable and animal refuse [trash] without sewers or gutters but supplied with foul stagnant pools instead.Which point does Engels make in this passage?

Answer: Industrialization has created poor living conditions.
Read this excerpt from Friedrich Engels’s The Condition of the Working Class in England.Every great city has one or more slums where the working-class is crowded together. . . . The streets are genera…

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