Premium Content Hard Times: A Microcosm of Urban Factories
By Maya Braden - December 15, 2004
Inventor and scientific pioneer Albert Einstein once commented that "It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity." Though he was not referring to the industrialization of England during the nineteenth century, his sentiment was echoed by many during the Victorian Age of England. The era saw, in the words of…
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