Industrial Revolution | Literature Criticism S. C. Chase

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S. C. Chase

SOURCE: "Effects of Machinery," in The North American Review, Vol. XXXIV, No. LXXIV, January, 1832, pp. 220-46.

In the following excerpt, Chase praises the accomplishments of the Industrial Revolution, suggesting that problems usually associated with it are only "temporary inconveniences. "

[The Working Man's Companion, No. I. The Results of Machinery; being an Address to the Working Men of the United Kingdom] was published under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Its object is to convince the working men of the United Kingdom, of the folly and wickedness of attempting to arrest the progress of improvement, by the destruction of machinery. It is written in a plain, unadorned style, but it is replete with valuable facts, and strong and persuasive reasoning. We commend the book to all croakers,—to all praisers of...

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