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American History

Submitted by patticlark on Wed, 02/24/2021 - 10:36

Ordinary workers and artisans felt threatened by new machines, which were created due to the technical progress, although new manufacturing techniques had practical conveniences for American industrial development. Craftsmen and artisans found that these techniques destroyed the significance of their work, as they expressed their personality with producing an object. In addition, they were afraid of the possibility to be thrown of business because new technologies provided greater efficiency.

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