Argument Against Industrialization of Universities in The Prostitution of Academia, by David Suzuki

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He expresses his concern about the loss of exploration and creativity of the students due to the exploitation of education by industries. Those who lived through the Civil War and Reconstruction recognized that the world had passed through perhaps the single most significant transformative period in its history. The great questions of slavery, sectionalism, and national supremacy that had plagued the Canadians for nearly eight decades had been resolved -- in part by force of arms, in part by constitutional and legal change made possible by military victory. The Rise Of Industrialization: Industrialization Industrialization is the rise of the industrial economy and of accompanying issues of law, governance, and public policy. The explosion of technological innovation of the late nineteenth century transformed the face of the Canadian nation. They also shaped a new Canadian culture, one that assimilated technological changes with increasing speed and complacency. These technological changes also affected the lives of millions of ordinary Canadians, by transforming the conditions of work and the range of available occupations. More and more Canadians, faced with a choice between the always-uncertain life…

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