Describe working conditions and the American labor movement in the early days of capitalist urbanization

social sciences

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URBST 101

Modes of life

Capitalism

Regimes of accumulation

Industrialization

Industrial capitalism

Fordist capitalism

Enclosures

Working class

Capitalist class

Describe working conditions and the American labor movement in the early days of

capitalist urbanization.

2 ways for capital to control labor movement –

pre-1935 brute force;

post-1935=Fordism

(how did each of these strategies work? What was different about them?)

Fordism

Mass production

Mass consumption

Built-in obsolescence

Perceived obsolescence


How do the pictures below from Life Magazine in 1950 help us understand Fordism,

and the changes it brought to working class lives?

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