What Was Life like before the Industrial Revolution?

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Life before the industrial revolution was, for the bulk of the population, the life of a farmer. Because it was so hard to move around, people had to rely upon themselves and their communities to provide most of the things that they needed. Education was poor, only the rich being catered for by private tutors. There were however a number of schools and universities.
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