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Friederich Engels: Industrial Manchester, 1844 In the city of Manchester at the time, there were divisions put in place to break up the city.

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Friederich Engels: Industrial Manchester, 1844 In the city of Manchester at the time, there were divisions put in place to break up the city. Old Manchester is the area that Engles is concerned with. He saws that the industrial and lower class areas of the city is now separated from the residential and commercial area of the middle class. ...read more.

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He states that he does not believe that words could fathom the actual severity of the reality that they faced. Andrew Ure: The Philosophy of the Manufacturers, 1835 The main focus of this article is realizing how beneficial the improvements in steam and other form of energy for use in industry were to factory owners. ...read more.

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So when these things were mated with the fact that machines were being advanced to the point where they could perform tasks that were beyond human ability made it much more advantageous for factory owners. The only advantage for the rest of labour forces was that the increased use of machines made it necessary for other jobs that were needed in maintaining and constructing the equipment. ?? ?? ?? ?? ckd 10561.doc Page 2 of 1 ...read more.

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