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3 November, 10:04

Which statement best explains industrialization in Italy? 1 Italy lacked important resources, such as coal, so it did not industrialize. 2 Industrialization improved everyday lives of Italians, increasing nationalism and decreasing emigration. 3There was some industrialization and urbanization, but no call for reforms for education. 4 Industrialization caused urbanization and a population boom.

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  1. 3 November, 11:11
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    Hi!

    The answer would be option 4. Industrialization caused urbanization and a population boom

    Explanation:

    In general, industrialization leads to urbanization because industrialization creates job opportunities which generate an economic growth and this draws more people into cities.

    Because there is an increase in the population number, urbanization starts taking place, meaning that small town areas start increasing in size and becoming more populated and evolving into cities.
  2. 3 November, 11:25
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    The answer to this question is 4. Industrialization caused urbanization and a population boom.
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