On the Subject of Mans Nature
The male is by nature superior, and the female inferior; and the one rules and the
other is ruled: this principle of necessity, extends to all mankind.
-Aristotle, from Politics (4th B.C.)
The true nature of man is to domes
The Industrial Revolution:
Everyday Urban Life Concerning the Working-Class Woman
Products of the changes resulting from the Industrial Revolution have
become symbolic of the 19th Century: textile mills, railroads, blast furnaces, as
well as the drive t
The revolutions of 1848 came during a new age of print culture for the middle class.
European citizens, including women, were becoming more literate and thereby able to voice their
opinions and influence public events (Smith, 210). Before this phenomenon,