Workers Rights in "Life In The Iron Mills"
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This paper provides an essay on Rebecca Harding Davis' story of the tragic lives of laborers in "Life In The Iron Mills". The essay discusses how the novel is a critique of capitalism but also an appeal for business owners to adopt a more charitable stance toward their worker's problems.
From the Paper:"Rebecca Harding Davis' "Life In The Iron Mills" illustrates the tragic tale of Hugh Wolfe and other miners during the rise of American industrialism. Clearly in favor of worker's rights, this story is a scathing criticism of their treatment at the hands of greedy industrialists. The novel advocates Marxism by depicting business owners who view their laborers as part of an extended family, deserving of humane treatment. A social reform novel, Harding Davis' story is clearly identifiable as an American novel in its delineation..."
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