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Which of these statements about reform laws passed in the industrial era BEST describes the changes made?
Legislatures were completely resistant to reform laws to improve the lives of the working class.
Unions and reformers led national strikes across Europe in the late 18th century, leading to sweeping working conditions changes in the 19th century.
Legislatures were willing to protect children in limiting child labor laws, but not adult women and men.
The English Factory Act of 1833 overhauled working conditions for all laborers in the working class, especially in regards to wages.
Reformers, unions, and legislatures worked to make laws that improved child labor, wages, hours, and working conditions.