CJ Joplin - Hour 7
During the industrial revolution, it was a struggle work on things you were trying to accomplish. Such as the weaving loom, it started as hard hand breaking work that took days, sometimes weeks to be able to make clothes. But as time went on, people got new ideas to make these hard labors easier. If things were faster to make and easier to make, than a lot of money and clothes/products would be made. People didn’t have to do the hard labor and work to make these products, they just had to pay for them, simple as that. That's why I chose struggle as my word, but things turned out good later on.