Inventors’ rewards were sometimes angry mobs, exile
NEW YORK—For every clever man who invents a labor-saving machine, it seems a crowd of angry men rises up to destroy it.
The most famous of the machine haters were the Luddites, the skilled weavers of England who, in 1811, began smashing power looms that were threatening to take ... Published: 01/25/2013
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