Why does Stephen tell Mr. Bounderby what he thinks?

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Stephen Blackpool’s conversation with Josiah Bounderby follows a disagreement that Stephen had with the union organizers. Although Stephen recognizes the crucial need for reforms in Bounderby’s factory, he is not convinced that the union’s prescribed steps will remedy the situation. Because Slackbridge has provoked the...

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