- Author:Frank E. Huggett
- Publisher:Allen & Unwin (November 8, 1973)
- Pages:80 pages
- FB2 format1436 kb
- ePUB format1816 kb
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This book illustrates a typical day in the life of a farm worker and his family in the 19th century from the time they got up in the morning until they went to bed at night. Lavishly illustrated throughout it documents almost medieval grinding poverty inflicted by the landowners on their workers despite the fact that large sums were paid out on innovative mechanised equipment that would in a very short time replace many of the work force. Seller Inventory 005997.
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Let me say without hesitation: being a US factory worker is a good life. And definitely lets talk about ‘consumer goods’ that are referred to in the question notes
Let me say without hesitation: being a US factory worker is a good life. And definitely lets talk about ‘consumer goods’ that are referred to in the question notes. TVs are a great example of how factory workers also played a major role in our consumer economy (70% of our economy is consumer based). TVs first became affordable to blue collar families just about the early-middle 1950s.