What was the impact of industrialization and urbanization on late nineteenth-century American churches, schools, and family life? Cite at least 2 changes wrought on each of these institutions during this period.
it allowed for more rapid production making clothing and food more readily available
churches not sure
schools- less children were educated in the lower class because they
went to the factory upper class was educated because they didn't have to
family life- it changed to all members for the family went to work together