How could the invention of the machine be responsible for the downfall of a heirarchical society?

Chapter 9, Part 2

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With the development of machine production, it was no longer necessary for people to live at different social or economic levels. The removal of concentrated labour and the social infrastructure needed to manage it, evened the playing fields as to the inherent use of a specific individual.