Industrial Revolution

November 15th, 2015 Posted in News

The production and development of new models of machinery in the first two decades of the nineteenth century facilitated the manufacture and other industries also increased their production. So in the industrial revolution increased the amount of products and decrease the time in which these are carried out, giving way to mass production because it simplifies complex tasks into several simple operations that can make any worker without it is skilled labor, and thus lower production costs and increase the number of units produced under the same fixed cost. The birth of the industry through science and technology, the peasant did happen to be the servants of the king and the feudal. To be a factory worker. One employee, a laborer. Does this benefit the workers? NO! Because if you look at the issue, the machines make the products manufactured in series, thousands and thousands of products. Therefore the work of paid workers is worse, worse paid. In short, the mass merchandise, devalues the work of the worker.

If it is as the worker becomes a commodity. Bought at the market with the name of employment. Orlando magnum 4. Capitalism: this system enables operators to rapidly enrich the factories to the owners thereof. The fruit of labor of workers, remained in the hands of the new capitalists.


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