I want to tie in Buster Keaton’s film “The General” and 1930 in America, and societies inability to control machine’s and their progression, and this idea that no matter what ‘man’ does sometimes, the machine and man are different, and in result, machine can restrict man in society, just as much as it can help man, within society. Focus on the ‘runaway train’ within Keaton’s film “The General” and how this represents societies lack of ‘control’ on machinery within society during the 1930

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