May 7th, 2018

bad-to-the-bone

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...а то все всякие "овцы сожрали людей" и пр.
но да, неполиткорректненько и вдалеке от классовой борьбы:
"Scholars have long debated what led to the evolution of industrialism in the 18th century, a period of economic transformation that most scholars believe was fueled by technological advances in textile manufacturing, steam power, and iron-making.

In her new book, Empire of Guns: The Violent Making of the Industrial Revolution (Penguin Random House, 2018), however, Priya Satia, a professor of modern British history in the Stanford University School of Humanities and Sciences, argues that industrialism really began with Britain’s need for guns and other war supplies."
(here)

original at DW