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    I'm currently studying at university and have my first assignment due in just over a week. I've been working on it consistently over the past week. I've read the question and my response and I don't know if I've approached it in the right way. The question is: What changed more in Britain during the Industrial Revolution, the types of work people did or how different social classes related to one another? The way I've approached the question is by putting across both arguments with equal footing and haven't took a side until the conclusion. Is this a good way to go about it or would it be better to take a side at the beginning of the essay and attempt to prove it, whilst not really putting many supporting points for the opposite argument? The word limit is 2000 words if that has any relevance. Thanks.
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