industrial capitalism in the 19th century was beneficial to the working masses

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  • P. T. BAUER AND THE MYTH OF PRIMITIVE ACCUMULATION.

    ...After working in "a London firm prominent in the Malayan rubber ...The question of how industrial capitalism came about has been with us for a long ...What kind of thief robs masses of stuff, saves it meticulously and waits for ... that was reminiscent of the 18th and 19th century theory of doux commerce, of commerce ... of free trade being mutually beneficial. Such a view, though in milder forms, profoundly ...

  • The derivative nature of corporate constitutional rights.

    III. THE SUPREME COURT'S TWENTIETH-CENTURY CORPORATE RIGHTS JURISPRUDENCE AND APPROACH TO ...(171) The one hundred largest industrial corporations together accounted for about 30 ... managers of these corporations were also working to establish branded identities that were ... in production and distribution to the masses. As a consequence, public attitudes toward ...." (253) In fact, "those properties, so beneficial in the economic sphere, pose special dangers in ... ("[During] the first three-quarters of the 19th century .. most incorporations were by special ...McCraw, American Capitalism, in CREATING Modern Capitalism: How ...

  • Seeking the patent truth: patents can provide justice and funding for inventors.

    ... enrichment was "the essential fact" of capitalism (1950, 83). Invention and innovation are key ... worked well in the past and have stopped working well in the United States in recent decades. ... the key mechanical inventions of the Industrial Revolution (Rosen 2010). And an Argentine auto ... (the one in the late eighteenth century associated with the steam engine). Robert Gordon ... Henry Ford in selling at low prices to the masses rather than selling at high prices to the rich. A ... Ventures has been mutually beneficial. Inventor Robert Osann explains the benefits of ... of a Class of Specialized Inventors in the 19th-Century United States. American Economic Review ...

  • The limits of national security.

    ...Departing from a policy of industrial growth and military containment in response to ... is primarily a creature of the twentieth century. (10) This is the position taken by Professor ... that mutual frankness which is as beneficial in the dealings of nations as of men. We have no ... will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people until all ...(637) Russia's enemy was capitalism. Its quest was absolute power. And for the Soviet ... at http://avalon.law.yale.edu/19th_century/ildefens.asp. . (121.) HERRING, supra note 74, at ... governs economic life, security to the masses means economic adequacy of livelihood."). . ...

  • Will the leadership of Chinese education follow the footsteps of American education? A brief historical and socio-political analysis.

    ...; and in turn, positive thinking is a beneficial way to improve a student's study. It is said that ... the monarchy's power and to establish capitalism. In 1764, James Hargreaves's "Spinning Jenny" ... was slow to develop compared to the industrial countries of Europe. . The ending of the imperial .... In the early twentieth century there was an influx of Chinese students to the ..., Communism strategically dominated the masses in rural areas thereby making Dewey's teachings ... party members from the peasant and working class were assigned to the school system as ... invasion and internal conflicts since the 19th century. So "modernization" becomes the impetus ...

  • The ideology of authorship revisited: authors, markets, and liberal values in early American copyright.

    ... COPYRIGHT AT THE END OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY III. CREATION EX NIHILO?: ORIGINALITY A. The ... of the judge as a prudent promoter of beneficial social policies was replaced by a different ... which the composition in question has on masses of men." (150) Similarly, by the time of ... of free and beautiful thought," and "a working preacher" that "tears the chained word of God ...It was very hard to see the industrial lithographer, for example, as a genius author ..., see Allan Kulikoff, The Transition to Capitalism in Rural America, 46 WM. & MARY Q. 120, 122-26 ... "Styles of Judicial Reasoning" in the 19th Century, 1975 WIS. L. REV. 1. . (144.) See ...

  • The transformation of work and the law of workplace accidents, 1842-1910.

    ... of daunting obstacles for nineteenth-century workers seeking to recover for injuries suffered ... acute difficulties for the skilled industrial craftsmen who formed the heart of the late ... earning as a permanent status for the working classes threatened to undermine the kind of ...-called "needs" of nineteenth-century capitalism, neither the increase in accident rates nor a new ... believed that work had a morally beneficial effect on those who toiled.(158) From the ...471 (1988) (describing the ways in which 19th-century free labor ideology was predicated on ... "in which large and uncontrollable masses of men engage." Id. at 226. The extent to which ...

  • The illusion of law: the legitimating schemas of modern policy and corporate law.

    ... in policymaking over the past quarter century. Section A picks up where the now-dominant meta ... countries that had violently rejected capitalism altogether were changing course and transforming ... only "an infinitesimal claim on massed industrial wealth" (122) and is therefore "helpless to do ... to make decisions that are socially beneficial, except insofar as profit and social concerns ...Wealthy firms provide better working conditions and clean up their outfalls: high ...During the first half of the 19th century, the convergence of two separate ... built upon undue exactions from the masses of our people. The gulf between employers and the ...

  • The discourse of law in time of war: politics and professionalism during the Civil War and Reconstruction.

    ... legacy of Reconstruction, and the century of racial apartheid that followed--our profound ... inextricably linked with the rise of industrial capitalism in the Gilded Age, and little else, or ... sentimental attachment, and not merely by working to enhance public awareness of constitutional ... AND THE UNITED STATES IN THE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES 8-9 (Michael H. Hoeflich ed., 1988); ... tracked Washburn's faith in the beneficial effects of a pedagogy built around recognizing ... much thought & logic for the mind of the masses. They stop short at their hatred of slavery & act ...

  • Conceptualizing corporations and kinship: comparative law and development theory in a Chinese perspective.

    ... law in the beginning of the twentieth century, the Chinese operated "clan corporations," or ... governance is as much a function of industrial organization,(6) politics,(7) ideology,(8) and ... related to the nondevelopment of capitalism and an independent business class in China. There ... a madam running a brothel and the women working under her was often that of a mother and her ...By definition, what is beneficial to the head is beneficial to the rest of the body ... crude Marxist one: The stories that the masses tell, or are told, about their economic and ... ENCOUNTER OF EUROPEAN AND INDIGENOUS LAW IN 19TH- AND 20TH-CENTURY AFRICA AND ASIA (W.J. Mommsen & ...

  • China's great western development project in Xinjiang: economic palliative, or political trojan horse?

    ... resources necessary for the industrialization and development of the motherland. (1) . --Mao ... development of the west in the nineteenth century. (10) America's conquest of the west both helped ... improving the investment environment, and working on environmental protection projects. (95) In ... and the movement towards capitalism, the Party has refused to renounce its ... the CCP could utilize in mobilizing the masses. Party rhetoric synthesized the concepts of ... foster an "equal, united, and mutually beneficial relationship among all of China's fifty-six ... uprising led by Yakub Beg at the end of the 19th century, today Urumqi is only five hours by plane ...

  • In Praise of Commercial Culture.

    ..."He seeks ways of working, not just better, but quicker and more cheaply, ..."I do not argue that capitalism is a monocausal..determinant of artistic ... characters as Charles Perrault, the 17th-century Frenchman who wrote the Mother Goose stories to ... and leisure time due to the burgeoning Industrial Revolution. As "the publisher, bookseller, and ... than by selling reproductions to the masses." . Beginning with Renaissance Florence and g through 17th-century Amsterdam, late-19th-century Paris, and postwar New York, Cowen traces ... of cultural growth and by showing the beneficial effects of markets on art, In Praise of ...

  • Realizing the re-emergence of the Chinese stock market: fact or fiction?

    ... of its then anemic centrally planned industrial and agricultural economy. Following ... of its stock market in the twenty-first century. Section IV shows that in order to enable the .... II. CAPITALISM IN CHINA? THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE STOCK ... people and collective ownership by the working people"(120) and shuns the capitalist "system of ... of the economic reforms will result in masses of dissatisfied profit-seeking citizens and ... Stock markets existed in China from the late 19th century until the 1920s, from the 1930s until ..., supra note 45, at 153-54 (noting the beneficial elements of the "more open rules" enacted locally ...

  • Women and globalization: the failure and postmodern possibilities of international law.

    ... is uneven at best, while simultaneously working to strengthen the international legal system. . ... about the last two decades of the 20th century, I am convinced that the end of the cold war will ...The G7, the seven major industrialized states, remained oblivious to the looming ...model of laissez faire capitalism, which "rescues Connecticut hedge funds but ... Korea argues that the crisis has been beneficial: "I believe that having to restructure our ... threat it represents resides not in the masses but in those who run the industry." HUYSSEN, ...But when the 19th and early 20th centuries conjured up the threat ...

  • Discursive pluralism and Islamic modernism in Egypt.

    ... social transformation of the nineteenth century. This transformation not only involved the ... and lifestyle associated with modern industrial democracies, in an intellectual sense modernism ..., and the poverty and illiteracy of the masses. Naturally, these historical exigencies had ... in fulfilling only his own desires and working according to his whims. Muslims should unite and ... world economy and the development of capitalism, the rise of landowners and merchants, and, most ... Role of the Ulama in Egypt During the Early 19th Century" in Political and Social Change in Modern ... 5, p.154) viewed British occupation as beneficial for Egypt. Most of the Syrian emigres were ...

  • What was it like to try a rat?

    ... discipline at the end of the nineteenth century. For a time these philosophical ideas gave useful ... of Lading."(6) The idea seems to be that working lawyers need information about such specific ... studying the legal rules of modern industrial mass democracies. The theoretical presuppositions ... the souls of the dead, and to pay for masses for those who had died suddenly and in sin. But ... society from the incursions of urban capitalism, and strengthen the position of voluntary ... anyway) were widely acknowledged as beneficial and were retained after the War; the rest were ..., Deutsche Rechtsphilophie 400-08,471-74 (19th ed., 1991) (discussing the development of the ...