Jun 25, 2021
S14-E07 In part four, I continue the impact of the Industrial Revolution on the creation of new social classes such as the working class. We explore the positives and negatives of the IR upon the average people who work in the factories and live in the urban landscape. We do part of this review through popular literature at the time that offer a social critique. The next podcast episode continues with reviewing the new economic theories that emerge from the Industrial Revolution.
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