What is The Labor Question? In order to find out, we began this project investigating the origin of modern-day American Labor: The Industrial Revolution. In order to accurately embody the role of historians to uncover accurate and unbiased information, we first discussed objectivity and its role in discovering truths of the past. We then began examining primary sources, and utilizing "Historical Thinking Skills" to analyze the texts. Much of the research we conducted was focused on child labor issues of the past, while some touched on the themes of education, inequality, and fundamentals of Capitalism. In order to strengthen our writing skills and prepare us for the future, we then executed an In-Class Timed Writing. This piece took 60 minutes, and focused on conceding an argument and persuading a user into agreement on a various aspect of the Industrial Revolution. In the lead-up to our final products, we also watched a documentary, participated in a SAC (Structured Academic Controversy, or debate) about globalization, took a test, and gave a group presentation. As an Honors student, I was additionally responsible for reading Looking Backwards by Edward Bellamy, and writing an additional essay. Ultimately, all this build-up led to the creation of truly stellar final pieces of beautiful work: 17 4-23 minute podcasts, of which mine is attached below!