The social classes began to feel a shift when the Industrial Revolution plowed a way to make people equal by separating the home from the workplace. This encouraged a more precise role for men and women. Men were to work and provide for the family, whilst the women would tend and care for the home and children, they were not meant to work outside the home. The new industrial age brought new job opportunities, most which required more education and/or training. the family became more stable, Father worked outside, Mother provided children with the skills and knowledge, females, to maintain a healthy and acceptable life style;whereas the sons would follow the fathers' footsteps. The hierarchy of social class began to diminish, peasants, slaves and the wealthy began to become one through society, although royalty still remained on top, the other classes began to crumble and fall into unison. contributions to classical liberalism: people through history were placed in different social classes, peasants, slaves, wealth, but then changes started to happen. If one was willing to work and compete for property, then they moved to the top of their class. This a loud equality to everyone, driving out the concern of where one was born. As classical liberalism began to take hold of modern society the radical ideas presented resulted in social distinction diminishing.