The "Luddites" were mostly dedicated to destroying machines and new inventions being instituted in the mills and workplaces of the day: The workers feared their numbers would be drastically reduced and their livelihoods were being threatened; they were not simply against change in general. Trade unions were not allowed, so there was so legitimate place to turn. The penalties for the destruction were quite severe, so one must assume they acted out of desperation, although it has been noted there was a revolutionary "tinge" on the part of some participants. Whether the actions were right or wrong would be decided in the minds of the men who acted, and those who were acted upon, I suppose, although in the view of the law, they were definitely wrong.
The Luddites began in Nottingham and grew from there!
Luddites are opposed to technological change.
The main thing that Luddites protest about would be technology. The things that Luddites detest and dislike the most would be technology and they are against technology.
The luddites protested because they got rid of their jobs for machines.
Dance of the Yellow-Breasted Luddites was created in 2000.
Luddites were upset about machines/Factories.Luddites were said to have destroyed weavery machines in 1799.
The word is 'wrong'. Wrong is right if spelt wrong and if wrong is spelt right it is still wrong
they were unsuccessful
That's an interesting philosiphy but...... its wrong ! If something is right it is right . If something is wrong it is wrong but who is saying what is wrong and who is saying what is right ?_________________________________________ _______________________Although you said what is right so ... hey its just wrong okay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!_______________________________________________________________It is wrong.The above statetment is wrong when you read it rightly while it is right when you read it wrongly.
The word "wrong."That's right, "wrong." (we all pronounce it wrong)
The Luddites didn't really have any achievements. They were people who opposed technological growth during the Industrial Revolution and they did not have much success.
what did the luddities want
There are varying opinions on right and wrong but most societies have a similar view on right and wrong.
The answer is "wrong." Because if you say the word "right," it's incorrect because the answer is "wrong." But if you say the word "wrong," you are correct because the answer is "wrong."
The word "wrong".
the word "wrong."
The word "wrong."
The Luddites were groups of men protesting against unemployment and reduced wages caused by mechanisation. There was no leader of the movement - their figurehead was Ned Ludd - a fictional person.
Some people may think it is write or wrong. Everyone has an oppinion there is no right or wrong answer. You can think it is right or wrong there is no real answer.