Pitfalls and Progress of Industrialization
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The paper looks at how John Prude's essay, "Capitalism, Industrialization, and the Factory in Post-Revolutionary America", pulls no punches in its scathing description of factories and the ills they wrought through industrialization. The paper discusses how in the early factory environments, women felt an air of "liberation" they had never had before, and laws to protect children were spawned out of the factory system, nonetheless, the work was hard, pollution began to emerge, and racism abounded as those of color were not welcome employees in the factory system. The paper describes how Prude focuses on how such industrialization literally changed the landscape of America, and made a profound impact on society, politics, culture, and the process of capitalism.
From the Paper:"John Prude's Essay, "Capitalism, Industrialization, and the Factory in Post-Revolutionary America", pulls no punches in its scathing description..."
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