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A womans place is in the home She should be there for her husband to feed and clothe him after his long day at work She should be there for her children to care for them and teach them the ways of the social world She should never venture off somewhere where her purity will be tainted and her mind and soul forever fouled But then again the family does need money and all the boys are already gone Those new Lowell textile factories might not be such a bad idea After all the girl has been taught well and was born with natural wholesomeness that will keep her strong yet submissive But what exactly does that mean to be strong yet submissive It is like saying that something is fun but boring It really makes no sense Once someone has strengthened hisher morale it would be very difficult to go back to that submissive fashion Strength creates confidence and confidence allows for free speech and action And it is those renaissance ideas a woman speaking and acting her mind that so scared every man and mentally enslaved woman that lived before the 20th century But there was no stopping it It was a juggernaut and it would forever change the notion of woman Before the War of 1812 a man by the name of Cabot Lowell toured Great Britain He checked out all the textile factories and realized what a profit he could make back in the New World But he knew that the people of the New World were not always so accepting of the ideas of the old world In America people had grown accustomed to their new ways and did not want to have anything to do with any old fashioned notions But this textile industry was not old fashioned It was actually quite modern and the impact that it would have in the New World would be one that was
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