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PAUL KRUGMAN: The New Luddites may have a point

Published 06/16/2013, New York Times

In 1786, the cloth workers of Leeds, a wool-industry center in northern England, issued a protest against the growing use of “scribbling” machines, which were taking over a task formerly performed by skilled labor.

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