preindustrial landscape; and the new middle-class culture of leisure.
• Photographs like the one by Hine provide a sense of working conditions that complement written descriptions.
• Images such as Visual Source 18.6 provide a sense of social critiques for a mass audience at the time.
• Images such as Visual Source 18.3 provide a sense of how the industrial revolution could be romanticized.
5. Distinguishing capitalism and industrialization:To what extent are the visual sources in this section actually dealing with the Industrial Revolution itself and in what ways are they addressing the economic system known as capitalism? How useful is this distinction for understanding reactions to the industrial age?