William Hutt

Capitalism and History of the Industrial Revolution: The Factory System of the Early 19th Century

There is a tendency to exaggerate the “evils” which of the factory system and factory legislation was not essential to the ultimate disappearance of those “evils.” Conditions which modern standards would condemn were then common to the community as a whole.

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