The owners forced them to live in isolated communities near workshops and forced them to buy goods with high interests. The cities were poorly constructed and crowded with people and residents. The work was also dangerous with not much supervising by the government.Workers, on the other hand, had little or even no bargaining power to leave the unsafe conditions. Nowadays, When Americans only pay attention when extreme work strike, levels of abuse are the norm hidden in the factories around the globe. Although the condition seems much improved, consumers don’t know the true fact- “Today, American citizens simply cannot know the working conditions of the factories that make the products they buy.
“Gat, Mirren, and Johnny perished in a house fire thought to be an accident and Cadence didn’t notice the fire” ( Lockhart page 201). This is Harris version of the story he tells people about what happened. After we learn about what happened with Cadence and all the accidents and we learn that some things with her and the liars are not really happening because they are really dead from the
It killed seven police and wounded about sixty people. The police than fired on the crowd, killing several people and wounding one hundred people,” The Haymarket affair was horrible because it gave the employers more leverage on the workers because the could use the Haymarket affair as a weapon to keep employees in line. Also, many innocent lives were lost because the harvester company didn’t want to raise wages just a few cents. Instead of raising wages the company provoked the workers and that’s why the fights in the streets broke out. In the following quote from the Homestead strike reading is a reflection of what happened, “The Battle at Homestead will be remembered as an occasion where human greed and civil rights collided and neither one came out on top” The Homestead strike made the Industrial Revolution more harmful because it lost many lives that didn’t need to be lost.
Owner Isaac Harris and Max Blank should be responsible for lives of 146 young immigrants and be blamed for the death of their workers in the Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire in 1911. The testimony of Mae Caliandrolevantini provides fact, she heard screams on the eighth floor, so she ran to the door. Mae states the door was locked and the only way to have access is turning the key to get in. Mae Caliandrolevantini provides proof door been locked and not providing opened doors for fire emergency evacuation of an employee, is a violation. Second testimony Katie Weiner also tries to turn the knob she pushed it toward her and tried force in, and the door wouldn’t open.
The article "The Factory Girl 's Danger", Written by Miriam Finn Scott, discusses the danger of working in a progressive era factory in a skyscraper typical in the New York area. Referenced in her paper is the tragedy known as The Triangle Factory Fire in which 146 workers, mostly young girls, "were charred bodies heaped up behind doors they had vainly tried to beat down, or were unrecognizable pulp upon the street far below"(10,Scott). Miriam also goes further into detail pertaining to the lives of 2 sisters one of whom was killed in the fire. Her article on the triangle factory fire brought the public 's attention to the atrocious conditions these women worked in, Furthermore, it shined a personal light on what otherwise would just been
The Hindenburg disaster was a tragic event that had occurred in Manchester Township, New Jersey on May 6, 1937. The German passenger airship caught fire and was destroyed during its attempt to dock with its mooring mast at a Naval Air Station. The disaster killed 35 persons on the airship, and one member of the ground crew, but miraculously 62 of the 97 passengers and crew survived. There were many opinions about what exactly sparked the explosion and what caused it to burn so quickly. Tension began between the United States and Germany as people believed the idea that a crewmember or passenger had sabotaged the airship, intentionally starting a fire.
When Dally hurt his arm trying to save Johnny and Ponyboy from the fire he burned his arm bad enough to where he has to stay in the hospital. "he burned one arm pretty badly, though, trying to drag the other kid out the window." (81). From this quote you also see that Dally dragged Johnny out of a burning building, although it would have been a given for any of us, it shows that Dally cares enough to risk his own life. Not only did Dally save Johnny from a building and get hurt, but he then went on and fought In a rumble.The rumble was to beat the socs, and Dally knew he had to fight in it, after all it wouldn't be a rumble without Dallas Winston,"the rumble was on.
The passengers including Dr. Chamberlain and his ex-wife Jennifer found out that they will be passing the Cassandra Crossing which was an unsafe bridge that haven’t been used since 1948. They tried to stop the train because they will be passing by that bridge but only stopped the back part and saved everyone there but the bridge collapses killing everyone in the front half. At the end scene of the movie, Dr. Stradner hoped that there will be
I really don 't i slept in the garage the night he died and i broke all the goddam windows with my fist” (Salinger 78). On the night of Allie’s death Holden had reacted in a different way then another teenager would. On that night his parents thought he was crazy and Holden had a lack of family support just like many others
As I said the causality of this film is incredibly weak. I truly did not understand why any of the characters did anything in this film. Under no circumstances would 9-1-1 have hold music, like a customer service line. Why did Charlie never attempt to revive his mother? She made the cake, before she bathed and it burned at least an hour after Charlie got there, so she couldn’t have been dead long.