Features of the social structure at the beginning of the 20th century.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the peasantry continued to exist, but new classes were formed in connection with the industrial revolution. The bourgeoisie and the proletariat became these classes. The bourgeoisie was represented by those who were able to accumulate capital, invest it in the development of enterprises. The proletariat is the workers who worked in these factories. The proletariat was formed from peasants who left villages and moved to cities. The peculiarity was that the proletariat was an unskilled labor force (there was no proper training due to the underdevelopment of education, its inaccessibility). At the same time, the proletariat was the driving force in all revolutions.

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