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Class And Community Review

411 words - 2 pages

Samuel Leiding
Prof. Resch
History 105-522
Class and Community Review
Class and Community is about the impact the industrial revolution and factory systems had on the small village of Lynn Massachusetts. It is an in depth view of Lynn shoemakers and their transition from life of preindustrial labor to their life after the industrial revolution and after the introduction of factory system labor. Alan Dawley’s purpose of the book was to point out the limits of class conflict and the corruptness of factory employers by describing the hardships the workers lived through and the extremes the workers went to, to improve their conditions.
The pursuit of equal rights by the shoemakers of Lynn made them a microcosm of the industrial revolution because shoemaking was seen as a small step for the inventing of new things for American culture and wasn’t seen as an issue to the public until the townspeople began strikes against their employers. The careers of Ebenezer Breed, Micajah Pratt and Benjamin Newhall reflect the capitalist transformation of shoe manufacturing in Lynn from their very promising beginnings and their strive to increase their social status but utter fail after their attempts.
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