Lyddie and Diana are going against each other. Diana wants Lyddie to sign the petition because she is a radical, but Lyddie doesn't want to because she needs the money. "If its Diana Goss, Prudence said, shes a known radical and Amelia is concerned-" page 67.
Lyddie is being judged by the men in the inn she was working at earlier. They were also judging the other factory girl that was wearing a silk gown. The men thought that they weren't good enough. The author states page 25, "Yes, she said, answering her questioners stare, im one of those factory girls."
Lyddie, Amelia, and Besty got into a argument about books.This is a example of Man vs Man because it is a physical argument involving words. The text states on page 90 "They are the devils instrument to draw impressionable young minds to predition. Lyddie stared at Amelia with her mouth open."