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Capitalism, the Unknown Ideal Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Englandappears in non-fiction

England during the Industrial Revolution was examined in a study by John Locke.

Factoriesappears in non-fiction

As a result of the Industrial Revolution, production, mainly of textiles, shifted from the home to the factory. The factory became the place where families spent their waking hours.

Western Frontierappears in non-fiction

The Western lands of the United States were opened to settlement by the Homestead Act of 1862.

Germanyappears in non-fiction

Germany was the home of Hitler and Nazism.

Italyappears in non-fiction

Italy was the home of Mussolini and fascism.

Algeriaappears in non-fiction

Algeria is an African country whose civil war resulted in independence in the 1960s.

United Statesappears in non-fiction

The United States is used as an example of a capitalist society.

Japanappears in non-fiction

Japan is also a country that had a fascist dictatorship during World War II...

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