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abused and controlled majority. In another scene, management is testing a machine to feed the workers while still working without having to take a lunch break. This scene portrays how far capitalism will go to turn a profit. It compares the modern man to a domestic animal, who accepts what the owner says or does without having a choice in the matter. In the final scene, it shows Chaplin and a woman walking in a straight line, as if waiting for a new problem to confront and overcome. It captures the value of perseverance and tolerance, sometimes an unwanted exaggeration.Part 3Technicians employing quantitative measurements could be better leaders than politicians because they (the technicians) would be more focused on the existing problems of production of goods, than their own pockets (politicians) and not try to hinder the small owner from getting their product to market.When the technologist looks at the unfolding events of the past six thousand years, he notes the same changes in political frontiers and systems, in thought and theories, of the outer manifestation of the industrial arts, as noted by other men who have looked at the same train of unfolding activities. (Scott, 1938, p. 28)I agree with this statement because the technologist is seeing a repeat of history when it comes to politicians and how they have not changes in six thousand years. Because the politician