Answer the following questions base on William Cobbetts' "Rural Rides".
1) What aspects of rural life seems to be under treat?
2) What does he say about wages for agricultural workers?
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Pollution was one of the major threats to rural life cited by Cobbett at the very start of the book. He feared that the pollution created by factories built in England in the late 18th and early 19th centuries would destroy traditional farm life. During several of his travels, Cobbett also noted that poor harvests were potentially caused by pollution. In addition, Cobbett discussed the advent of large-scale industrial farms, and feared that they would put English farmers out of work...
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