History Notes on 2-20-07

History Notes on - 14:56:00 ← I Introduction ← II Urban and Factory Conditions • Now expected to work 10 hour shifts • Showing up late

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History 002 – 2/20/07 20/02/2007 14:56:00 I. Introduction II. Urban and Factory Conditions III. Social Revolution Itself IV. iberal Utilitarianism V. Anarchism VI. Marxism Karl Marx (1818-1883) First International Terms, People, etc. Claude Henri, Count of Saint-Simon (1760-1825) Luddism Robert Owen (1771-1858) New Lanark Factory Pierre Josph Proudhon (1809-1865) Communist Manifesto , 1848 What is Property?,  1840
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Rise of Labor, Socialism, and Anarchism
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Unformatted text preview: 20/02/2007 14:56:00 ← I. Introduction ← II. Urban and Factory Conditions • Now expected to work 10 hour shifts • Showing up late results in fines now • Fined for showing up drunk as well now • Mechanism o Taking away jobs for people who had skills o People who had skill then had social status and got paid more ← III. Social Revolution Its self •...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course HIST 002 taught by Professor Mcfarland during the Spring '07 term at Drake University .

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History Notes on - 14:56:00 ← I Introduction ← II Urban and Factory Conditions • Now expected to work 10 hour shifts • Showing up late

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