What were the two primary drawbacks to the American Industrial Revolution?

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Answer:Poor working conditions
Pollution and Other Environmental IllsExplanation:Assembly line laborers regularly worked 14– 16 hours out of each day six days of the week. Men's small wages were regularly more than twice those of ladies. The wages earned by youngsters who attempted to enhance family pay were even lower. The different machines in the processing plant were frequently messy, ousting smoke and ash, and perilous, the two of which added to mishaps that brought about laborer wounds and passings.  
To fuel the production lines and to support the yield of every single sort of made great, natural assets (water, trees, soil, rocks and minerals, wild and trained creatures, and so forth.) were changed, which diminished the planet's load of profitable common capital.

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Too many immigrants arrived and they had very poor working conditions.