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Which of the following was NOT part of the textile industry’s advances in the early Industrial Revolution?
New technologies allowed for fewer people to produce more woven cloth.
The advances led to the growth of new population-dense cities throughout England.
Use of the putting out system increased as output needed to keep up with the increasing demand for textiles.
Textile improvements had a worldwide economic impact due to increased demands for cotton.
The factory system developed as workspace was needed for the increasingly complex machinery involved.