High above the grim and grimy crowd of scowling faces a loom had been erected, at which sat a tattered, starved-looking weaver, evidently set there as a representative man, to protest against the triumphs of machinery and the gain and glory which wealthy Liverpool and Manchester men were likely to derive from it.
Its population increased from 18, in to overby the census ofmuch of this made up of the wo rking class and immigrants. The gentry and higher classes were ones who did not care to notice what was going on below them, where the profits, food and clean housing were not flowing.
The English journalist and historian, William Abram noted that there was no discontent among the workers, and that because of the social reforms life was better DOC A downward adjustment of the housing target to take account of restricted land is absent.
Diseases caused or aggravated by atmospheric impurities produced by decomposing animal and vegetable substances, by damp and filth, and close and ovecrowded dwellings, previl among the laboring classes. It argues greenfields should not be needlessly sacrificed due to their immense benefits, not least to health and well-being, highlighting once countryside is gone, it is gone forever.
From this foul drain the greatest stream of human industry flows out to fertilize the whole world. These circumstances tend to produce an adult population short-lived, reckless, and intemperate, and with habits of sensual graification Document 7 Source: How to cite this page Choose cite format: In essence, the surplus of health issues that the industrialization of Manchester brought about is heavily argued over.
From different viewpoints came different interpretations. Restricted land includes, Green Belt. The Hours of Labor in Factories Act, passed inworked a through reform. Politicians and gentry saw no reason to improve these conditions, for their main concern was that their increased population doc 1 and further modernizing of the city raked in profits.
Groans and hisses greeted the carriage, full of influential personages, in which the Prime Minister sat. Factory conditions were unfavorable to its laborers, and from this truth some who sought to better the lives of the workers and improve working conditions of the mill derived.
Hire Writer Frances Anne Kemble who was an actress, poet and dramatist actually visited Manchester and turned out disgusted. People live longer because they are better fed, better lodged, better clothed and better attended in sickness, and these improvements are owing tothe increase in national wealth which the manufacturing system has produced.
The Lancet, British medical journal, founded and edited by Thomas Wakley, medical reformer, According to a public health reformer, the factory life killed more than the wars did DOC 6. Everything in the outward appearance of the city attests to the individual powers of man; nothing to the directing power of society.
If two kids get in a fight each is going to tell a different story as to how it happened, and if they had a good reason. Edwin Chadwick of document six was a public health reformer and his excerpt is from his report on the conditions of the laboring population.
As a health reformer, his position is understandable and his report is exemplary of the conditions of the laborers. And what is this way?
Frances Anne Kemble, actress, poet, and dramatist, account of the inaugural journey of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, A multitude passes along without stopping; it looks abstracted, its aspect somber and uncouth.
If a realistic development quantum is being planned, appropriate densities are applied, and all brownfield land sources are exhausted, this would remove the need to build on Green Belt.
It was true that factory life had improved, but neither did that mean people were happy or life pleasant. CPRE Lancashire commissioned an independent expert demographer who found flaws in the housing calculations, leading to at least 30, more houses being planned than are necessary.
The source of all the new people to fill thenew jobs andhomes 11, per annum being planned has not been adequately evidenced. Public health was an extremely important issue that sparked reactions to the polluted water and air, the Corn Laws and the well-being of laborers in filthy conditions.
Far seldomer than before do we hear the murmur of popular discontent. They spend from twelve to fourteen hours each day shut up in low-ceilinged rooms where with every breath of foul air they absorb fibers of cotton,wool or flas, or particles of copper, lead or iron.“Identify the issues raised by the growth of Manchester and analyze the various reactions to those issues over the course of the nineteenth century.”.
Identify the issues raised by the growth of Manchester and analyze the various reactions to those issues over the course of the nineteenth century/5(2). The issues; Greater Manchester Spatial Framework; Greater Manchester Spatial Framework CPRE believes the Draft Greater Manchester Spatial Framework needs improvement for the next Publication Version or it risks promoting short term unsustainable development growth and it will imperil Greater Manchester Combined Authority GMCA’s own stated.
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