Why Did Factory Owners like Child Labour during the Industrial Revolution?

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The factory owners liked child labour during the industrial revolution because they could pay them very little amount of money. They were taking advantage of the orphans saying that they would provide them with food and shelter which in turn made them factory's property.
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