[LMB] Dark Brittanic Mills

Damien Sullivan phoenix at mindstalk.net
Tue Jul 23 03:00:10 BST 2019


On Mon, Jul 22, 2019 at 09:13:55PM +0000, Richard G. Molpus wrote:
> That this was being said while the Irish Landowners were dispossessing farmers, exporting the wheat crop overseas to get a higher price: and the Scottish Lairds were finishing the Highland Clearances... gets the mind spinning.

> Factory work was steady, paid in coin, and led to a better life for th he second and third generations. The children had a chance of being educated, so they could better themselves.
> City air was free air - freedom from villianage and serfdom.

1800 England didn't have serfs; you're mixing up things that are
centuries and countries apart.

-xx- Damien X-)


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