Industrialism and the foreign missionary movement in New England, with special reference to Massachusetts.
Hawthorne, Bruce Carlton
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One of the great problems in the intellectual history is that of causation. Scholars are not in agreement on the proper methods of approaching this enigma; they do not even all agree that it exists as a problem, or that if it does it is capable of solution. However, few will deny that major changes in mankind's mode of existence have had enormous influence on man's thinking and on his attitudes toward the nature of the universe and toward the organization of society. One such major change was the Industrial Revolution, with its accompanying changes in social organization. [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University
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