The Victorian Temper there was a great deal of change. That would include poverty, sexism, and cruelty. The Victorian era would also show an increase of power for England. Dr. Thomas Arnikd quotes in the text, “We have been living as it were, the life of three hundred years in thirty.” (Arnold, 1017) According to that quote, authors in the Victorian era were a lot of times unclear about their reactions about the industry.
The industrialization would either make or break the people of England as the growth of that industry would increase. The more wealthier victorians would only gain money and power because of the industry, while enjoying its progress, and festivity. The farmers and workers would suffer from this as they did not have time nor the luxury to enjoy any of the festivities. Which would result in victorians to perceive themselves as either of higher of quality or those who are just trying survive day to day. The principles for this era would mostly consist of whatever Queen Victoria values, which was responsibility, and being more proper. Women would have to act and think a certain way that would please the men, which would be the evidence of that social moral inequality that would mostly be seen in the types of treatment women would receive.
The differences between the early, mid, and late periods are mostly going to have to do with the people of Parliament. A big difference would be Parliament passing the reform bill in 1832 which would change the voting rights in order increase the population for industrialization. Then as it continued on to the mid-victorian period child labor and its hazardous working conditions will aggravate the citizens of England. Lastly in the late period a second Reform bill was introduced and passed in 1867, which would increase voters right for the labor citizens. The butler of Prime Minister Disraeli had said “Earnestness was his great danger, but if he did not quite overcome it (as who indeed can?) it is the last enemy that shall be subdued), he managed to veil it with a fair amount of success.” Towards the end of the era, the lower class can imagine themselves taking over the industry and hope for growth.