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From the end of the 19th century to roughly 1930, the "Craftsman Movement" was a turning point in American industrial history. Libertarian William Morris founded the movement to counterbalance the Industrial Revolution's devaluation of the individual worker. The movement naturally emphasized handwork over mass-production and focused on carpentry, stained glass, copper, and hand wrought iron. READ MORE>
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