In what way were Samuel Slater and Francis Cabot Lowell ‘capitalists’? They were slaveowners who owned their labor force They were owners

In what way were Samuel Slater and Francis Cabot Lowell ‘capitalists’?

They were slaveowners who owned their labor force
They were owners of capital, i. e. property (machines and factories) that they invested in with the goal of producing profit
They were wage-laborers, who had to work to survive
They were wealthy politicians that owned vast swaths of land


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