How did the development of an industrial society affect the structure of the population in the 19th century?

Industrial society has radically changed the structure of the population. Previously, the owners of the capital were the nobles: they owned the land. The peasants were the most numerous class of people who had no property and were obliged to work for the nobles. In the industrial society, urbanization began to be observed, since the peasants changed their type of activity, became workers in enterprises that were located in cities. The bourgeoisie also appeared, which owned capital and opened enterprises.

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