"The Industrial Revolution was a watershed in the history of mankind. Three forces – technology, economic organization, and science, in this sequence – each from separate and undistinguished parentage, linked up, inconspicuously at first, to form, hardly a hundred years ago, into a social maelstrom that is still engulfing new and new millions of people, in an irresistible rush."
Industrialism also called Productivism is a technological ideology that puts an emphasis on industrialization as one of the most beneficial stages of development for any given civilization. Industrialism is usually neutral on technological development outside of Industrialisation.
Industrialism came to be in the Industrial Revolution when society moved from a mainly agricultural economy to an industrialized economy. Starting in the early 1800s in the U.K., primarily in its textile industry, Industrialism in Europe and the Americas as the Industrial Revolution spread. Its focus on adopting industrialized techniques allowed Europe to rise to full dominance, and despite a later adoption, America also saw significant benefits from its adoption. While prominent in Europe, its influence fell after the two world wars as Europe began to move towards the first service economies due to more imports coming from the United States. However, its decline in Europe was not at its lowest until around the 1990s due to Chinese and other lesser developed countries producing goods at a cheaper rate than local factories can generally.
The 1900s saw its rise in the economy of the United States, as the United States was less affected by the world wars, meaning its factories were less damaged and its economy still running despite the war's devastation. This led to the opening of the US economy causing massive exports to the world as the US was its industrial background. This was until Richard Nixon met with Chairman Mao and worked out a deal where China would become the world's prime exporter of products. This transition was completed around the same time as Europe's transition to service economies, but it finished up more around the 2000s than in the 1990s.
Today, he is mainly struggling in the West as the factories close down and people move out of the region which once boomed under him due to environmental concerns such as air pollution and climate change. But Industrialism has since moved with Capitalism down to developing countries where industrialism is prominent, such as China, Bangladesh, India, Vietnam, and Nigeria.
Building factories and industrializing can lead to economic prosperity. Mass manufacturing of goods and products increased life expectancy and population growth. The wealth it generated slingshots the nations that have adopted it to the top of the world. As such he's trying to put factories on every street corner and get them as populated as possible.
How to Draw
Industrialism's design is based on the design of the LeftValues "Production" Icon.
- Draw a ball with eyes.
- Fill it with the color brown.
- Draw in black, the image of a Factory.
- Draw a horizontal rectangle.
- On top of the horizontal rectangle draw three spikes in the shape of right-angle triangles.
- Out of the spikes, draw one or two pipes.
- On the side of the factory draw one to three windows.
- (Optional) Draw a hat on the ball.
And you should be done.
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- Capitalism - He promotes me across the world!
- Dengism - Good job at becoming the world's chief manufacturer!
- Marxism - Grandfather of the above, and he needs me for his ideal society.
- Marxism-Leninism - 5-year plans brought productivity never before seen in USSR!
- Hoxhaism - You know how to effectively build industry in Albania!
- Syndicalism - Unions are dependent on a stable place of work, and I need workers.
- Climate Skepticism - My supporter.
- Neoconservatism - This war stuff makes a lotta money
but your military industrial complex scares me.
- Futurism and Reactionary Modernism - Finally someone who can appreciate the aesthetics of modernity and machines.
- Bismarckism - Together, we made Germany what it is today.
- Agrarianism - Come work in some factories! The cities are nice!
- Post-Industrialism - The kids these days I swear. Can't even handle a little bit of pollution anymore!
- National Liberalism - We used to be a good team, but these days all he does is give me red tape while telling me not to move my factories to somewhere they can actually do their things!
- Fordism - An admirer of mine, but do you really need to worship me?
- Pol Potism - On the contrary you didn't deindustrialize Cambodia, but why subject it to agriculture? Also you killed many.
- Neoluddism - Fool who keeps sending manually-created explosive packages to me while I mass produce bombs of better quality.
- National Primitivism - I'm far better at exterminating subhumans than you'll ever be.
- Eco-Fascism - No.
- Anarcho-Primitivism - Stop using your rocks and pump out the smog!
- Primalism - Animal? Let's turn it into food and/or clothes!
- Environmentalism - Deforestation and smoggy air galore! There's no way you can stop me!
- Illegalism - Don't you dare vandalize my factories!
- The Unbound Prometheus: Technological Change and Industrial Development in Western Europe from 1750 to the Present by David S. Lanes (Shortened Version)
- History of Industrialisation
- Industrial Revolution
- Industrial society
- The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course History of Science #21 and The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course European History #24 by Crash Course
- Private Life Of the Industrial Revolution: Steam Engine | History Documentary | Reel Truth History by Reel Truth History Documentaries