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Mechanics and Manufacturers in the Early Industrial Revolution
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Tables Preface Introduction 1. Lynn--The First Century 2. Rise of the Shoe Industry 3. A Community of Mechanics 4. Rise of the Shoe Manufacturers 5. The Shoemakers: Wages and Other Standards 6. The Origins of Industrial Morality 7. Lynn and the New Industrial Morality: "A Well-Regulated Republic in Miniature" 8. Patterns of Mobility and Property Ownership 9. The Formation of Class Consciousness: Experience and Ideology 10. The Social Dimensions of the Class Experience 11. The Great Shoemakers' Strike Notes Bibliography Index

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Paul G. Faler, a native of Massachusetts, is Associate Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

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