American Revolution, Criticism, History.


ISBN-13: 978-0559195501.

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Workers writing in the Voice were sharply critical of the industrial revolution and its attendant, rapidly advancing economic system, which we today call capitalism.They were particularly appalled by the character and effects of it's central, driving feature: an insatiable, selfish drive to accumulate wealth.