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Every Day But Sunday

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$19.95

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This is a story of America when rugged individualism was in full swing. The nineteenth- century industrialist, whether he made soap, tacks, or plows, stamped his personality upon the small organization he controlled. Therefore, the story of this romantic age of industry is a story of individuals - of men who were rugged, shrewd, and daring.
The vast factories of today's cities are direct descendants – some people say degraded descendants - of the small-town industries of nineteenth- century New England.
The author has taken a typical New England town from the beginning to the close of the century and conjures up the ramshackle factories, the honest products, and the shrewd proprietors.
After watching the water wheels go round we are better prepared to understand the steam turbine of today; the change has been more in state of mind than in mechanics.

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