By Daniel T. Rodgers
Daniel T. Rodgers masterfully explores the ways that the eclipse of small-scale workshops by way of mechanized creation and mass intake brought on far-reaching shifts in perceptions of work, relaxation, and private success. He additionally exhibits how the hot paintings tradition permeated society, together with literature, politics, the rising feminist move, and the exertions movement.
A staple of classes within the background of yankee hard work and business society, Rodgers’s sharp research is certain to discover a brand new viewers, as twenty-first-century staff face one other shift caused by means of technology. The paintings Ethic in commercial the United States 1850–1920 is a vintage with serious relevance in today’s unstable monetary times.
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The Work Ethic in Industrial America 1850-1920: Second Edition by Daniel T. Rodgers