Ch 24 Outline of The World: A Global History by Fernández-Armesto

Ch 24 Outline of The World: A Global History by Fernández-Armesto

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01/04/2008 20:27:00 Ch. 24 The Industrialized Movement Machines created unprecedented differences of power and wealth. Work became very urbanized.  Factories were key to industrialization. Factories were “remarkable creations of the imagination” Industrialists had their factories built large and the designs were almost  imaginary. “Palaces of Progress” : a title given to these factories built in a fantastical  manner. Paternalism:  A social or economic relationship that resembles the  dependency that exists between a father and his child. o One of the reasons why people left the land for the factories. Heinz: He worked in a very paternalistic manner and treated the workers very  well, although they were getting paid poorly. It proved to be very successful  for him. Critics of Industrialization: Gold from the Sewers The effort to create a romantic environment in the industrial towns failed  miserably.  o “Industrialization plunged workers into misery: uprooting lives,  disrupting families, imposing bleak new working conditions, throwing  up hideous cities rife with filth and disease” Bosses tried to exploit their workers to the limit. Proletariat:
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Ch 24 Outline of The World: A Global History by Fernández-Armesto

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