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Season 189 - Day 9 of 14

The Industrialisation

During the early 19th century, which group became notorious in England for their violent opposition to industrialization, particularly focusing on the destruction of mechanized looms and textile machinery?
These protesters, named after a possibly fictitious character, aimed to protect their livelihoods against the rising tide of mass-produced textiles, symbolizing resistance to technological advancement.

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