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How did the Lowell System affect the lives of young, unmarried women in the United States? It offered good workers a chance for advancement. It provided them with access to young, single men. It gave them company-owned towns in which to live. It destroyed their prospects for marriage and family.
Weegy: Lowell's Boston Manufacturing Company took mill villages one step further, and rather than employing local families, [ employed single young women from the surrounding area and housed them collectively in boarding houses. The Lowell system also consolidated production, with all spinning and weaving take place in a central location. This influential system spread broadly among textile manufacturers of the 19th century. Prior to industrialization, the primary site of textile production was the home. ] (More)
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Which of the following was an effect following German unification? The European balance of power broke down. Austria became part of Germany. Germans had no need for diplomacy. Cavour took over as German Chancellor.
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Weegy: Prior to 1789, the year the French Revolution began, the only nations with any true understanding of the modern conception of human rights were Great Britain and its former colony, the United States. [ To those two nations, the most important rights were political and civil rights—the right to participate in government, freedom of expression, and equality before the law. Human rights also encompass economic and social freedoms—the right to move out of the class into which one was born, for example, and to no longer be dependent on another’s whims for one’s livelihood (as was the case in the eighteenth century for French peasants whose income fluctuated not only due to each season’s crops but also to the number of payments their feudal lords decided to charge). During the last decades of the eighteenth century, two segments of French society—women and the Third Estate (France’s middle-class and poor)—sought to gain all of these rights—political, economic, and social—which had been largely withheld from them. Their efforts to transform France from a nation dominated by the king, clergy, and aristocrats into one that took into account the needs of the entire nation helped lead to the French Revolution. ] (More)
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Use the following excerpt below from Voltaire's A Treatise on Tolerance (1763) to answer the following question: When Bishop Alexander and Arius the priest began first to dispute in what manner the Logos proceeded from the Father, the Emperor Constantine wrote to them in the following words : "You are great fools to dispute about things you can not understand." If the two contending parties had been wise enough to agree that the emperor was right, Christendom would not have been drenched in ...
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Use the following excerpt below from Voltaire's A Treatise on Tolerance (1763) to answer the following question: When Bishop Alexander and Arius the priest began first to dispute in what manner the Logos proceeded from the Father, the Emperor Constantine wrote to them in the following words: "You are great fools to dispute about things you can not understand." If the two contending parties had been wise enough to agree that the emperor was right, Christendom would not have been drenched in ...
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