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This addresses factories that involve labor intense work.

Argue against the use of modern day factories that involve labor-intensive work.

Consider whether or not the United States should support the their development.

Support your position with specific examples.

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The United States should not support the use of labor-intensive work in modern day factories. Labor intensive-work has largely been replaced in the last decade with modern technology, and there were several reasons for this change. As technology advanced, a high percentage of the labor-intensive work was eliminated, and companies realized that they were able to save on costs of labor while doing so, in addition to other benefits. The technology that replaced the labor-intensive work was able to produce the work more efficiently, in many instances. This created a situation where companies saving money and having a higher output of ...

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The solution provides a detailed discussion arguing against the use of modern day factories that involve labor-intensive work and also discusses whether or not the United States should support their development. Specific examples are included.

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