A distinctive feature of the labor movement in England was peaceful methods. The only exception was the Luddites, who broke cars in the 1810s, considering them the root of all ills. Two other paths predominated – the struggle for the participation of workers in parliament to adopt laws favorable to them – and the creation of trade unions to protect their economic rights. Peace methods were explained by the presence of a wide layer of skilled workers with good salaries – the labor aristocracy, whose representatives led the labor movement, especially trade unions – the most developed in Europe.
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