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[EPUB] ✹ The Course of Industrial Decline The Boott Cotton Mills of Lowell Massachusetts 1835 1955 Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology By Laurence F. Gross – Airdomains.co Studies of American industry freuently cite Lowell Massachusetts as an early model for business practices Scholars have sought to explain the city's rise to prominence the impact of its textile mills Studies of American industry freuently cite Lowell Massachusetts as an early model for business practices Scholars have sought to explain the city's rise to prominence the impact of its textile mills on workers and on commerce and its part in regional development and American prosperity In The Course of Industrial Decline historian Laurence Gross looks beyond these issues Focusing on Lowell's Boott Cotton Mills he examines the industry.

's struggle to maintain its prominence the causes of its decline and its ultimate flight south Gross puts much of the blame for the pattern of events on the mill owners themselves They resisted reinvestment so their operations became less efficient They kept antiuated machinery running long after it was safe to do so and they were slow to respond to issues of worker safety The increased textile demands of World War II Gross explains on.

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