Industrialization: Good or Bad?
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The paper discusses the introduction of industrialization and its negative impact on individuals. The paper looks at harsh factory conditions but also illustrates how the Great Depression was only alleviated by the infusion of new technology. Furthermore, the paper examines Wal-Mart's effects on the environment and on labor practices but also shows how farmers and fishermen's original occupations were not any better. The paper concludes that the answer to poverty in the developing world is not the idealization of the past, pastoral way of the life of the farmer, but to use industrialization in a humane manner to enrich workers as well as corporations.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Fishman, Charles. "Global fishiness." Excerpt from The Wal-Mart Effect at Salon.com.23 Jan 2006. 2 May 2007. http://www.salon.com/tech/books/2006/01/23/walmart_effect/
- "From the New Deal to a New Century: About TVA." TVA Government Website. 2007.2 May 2007. http://www.tva.gov/abouttva/history.htm
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