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The new industrial system that manufacturers developed in the early 19th Century:
Expanded the old outwork system to make it more efficient and maintained the situation where most work was done in homes and shops.
Reduced the tasks needed from individual workers to just one or two steps, and thus their skill levels.
Eliminated any possibility that unions could organize to stand up for workers' interests.
Involved physical labor from a boss, who was also a skilled worker, but with access to capital.
Was pioneered in the South.