Essay about Beans: Industrial Revolution and Document

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Julia McGee
History
4-6-14

1. The document opposes to industrialization because it says that by using these machines, it is creating an issue of unemployment. It states that ten men could do all of the work that the machines do in 12 hours, but by having the machines it is leaving 20 men unemployed that could have been doing the same amount of work. The creator of this source thought that it was useless to have the machines because the same amount of work was being done only to leave men without jobs. The person who wrote this document was a worker involved in a petition.

2. This document supports industrialization because it states that the use of machines is an advantage in the cotton production industry. The creator of this source thought that the machines were going to help their island’s cotton business because it was in high demand almost universally and now they could produce it in a more efficient way. The person who wrote this document was in the middle class.

3. The document supports industrialization because the creator says that every invention is the foundation of the next. It is stated that the steam looms are very efficient and are making the industry better. The person who wrote this document was a middle class historian.

4. This document is extremely opposed to industrialization. The creator of the document believes that if people are falling dead outside because of the heat, how are children working in factories supposed to survive. It is stated that any man with a heart and self-conscience wouldn’t force children to work in these conditions and that it is of the essence of slavery. The person who wrote this document was a reporter.

5. The document is opposed to industrialization because the person who created it believes that the conditions in the factories are beyond cruel. They think that the treatment they are given is appalling. The person who wrote this document was involved in the British Child Labor Inquiry.

6. This document supports industrialization because it states that since the work is simplified, the price will go down, and men will be able to live more fulfilling lives. The creator believes that the machines will benefit the lives of men because they will be able to focus more on what they need. The person who wrote this document was a debater.

7. This document supports industrialization because the creator states that the factories and methods of labor had helped manufacturing prosper to other parts of the world. The person who wrote this document was the son of a newspaper owner.

8. This document supports industrialization because the creator states that the machines create cheap products while still enabling the exchange of necessities. The steam engines led to many new inventions and created more jobs. The person who wrote this was a professor.

9. The document is opposed to industrialization because it says that the conditions in the factories for women and children were unhealthy and extremely dangerous. The creator thought that it was wrong for employers to have them working in that kind of atmosphere and that it was a brutal business.

10. This document is opposed to industrialization. The creator states that when the workers have to stand in the same position in the factories all day, it is very bad for their legs and causes their bones to eventually decay. The person who wrote this was a factory cripple.

11. This document is opposed to industrialization because the pollution present in the picture is very intense. The factories highly polluted the air and created smoke that was very bad for the environment.

12. The document opposes to industrialization because it says that disease is easily spread and/ or caused within factories. The creator states that this is because of the unclean and physical impurities of the factories that are not taken care or nor addressed by the employers. The person who wrote this was a reporter.

13. This document…