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9/21/11 Industry, Labor, Revolution Did technological development follow an internal logic? Technological (industrial) modernity was born in violence.
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9/21/11 Industry, Labor, Revolution I. Luddites and gig-mills II. A real revolution
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9/21/11 https:/. ../SpinningWeb/ludditegigmilla.jpg
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9/21/11 Industry, Labor, Revolution I. Luddites and gig-mills A. Overview -- 1812: death penalty for machine- breaking passes Lords -- Luddite stereotype -- selective destruction -- popular support
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9/21/11 Lord Byron in Albanian Dress (1835) Thomas Phillips National Portrait Gallery, London
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9/21/11 Ada Lovelace (1838) Daughter of Byron, Collaborator of Charles Babbage From The Ada Picture Gallery http://people.cs.kuleuven.be/~dirk.craeynest/ada-belgium/pictures.html
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9/21/11 Industry, Labor, Revolution I. Luddites and gig-mills B. Chronology -- 1808-1820: rising unemployment -- 1811-1812: 1,000 mills destroyed -- Ned Ludd: fictional leader -- ex: 22 February 1812: masked Luddites attacked cropping shops in Marsh and Crosland Moor
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9/21/11 Shearing workshop https:/. ../SpinningWeb/ludditegigmilla.jpg
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9/21/11 Raising nap with teasels (1770)
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9/21/11 Shear-men at work
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9/21/11 Early gig-mill (1607)
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course HSCI 1715 taught by Professor Alexander during the Spring '11 term at University of Minnesota Crookston.

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