THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. In The Philosophy of Manufactures (1835), Scottish chemist Andrew Ure pre

THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. In The Philosophy of Manufactures (1835), Scottish chemist Andrew Ure presented a powerful defense of the factory system. Ten years later, in The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 (published in 1845), Friedrich Engels presented a powerful attack on that same system. Both men had observed factory conditions first-hand. Ure’s approach to the issue, however, differs significantly from Engels’s.Explain the grounds for Ure’s defense of the factory system (in other words, why does he think it’s a good system?).Explain the grounds for Engels’s attack on the factory system (in other words, why does he think it’s a bad system?).State whether, in your view, Ure and Engels simply disagree about the same issue or whether they’re actually addressing different issues.

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