Industrial age: the age of automation and the mass production of goods and services.
It is a time of unprecedented economic growth and productivity growth.
Industrial societies have been transformed, and their economies are more resilient to shocks.
There are many factors that can help explain this growth, but one of the most important is the fact that the modern economy relies on large numbers of people to make the goods and service we buy.
The modern world, from the invention of the telephone in the late 19th century to the internet in the early 21st, was dominated by a few large corporations, which provided the means for people to exchange goods and products.
The new era of capitalism has also seen an explosion in technology, creating vast numbers of jobs, but the new industrial revolution has changed the nature of work and the nature and demands of those who work in it.
Industrial capitalism relies on the exploitation of workers by large corporations.
These corporations, and the companies they control, are responsible for creating a large amount of wealth in the first place.
This wealth is then used to enrich themselves and their shareholders.
But the majority of people don’t own anything at all, and therefore have no control over how their wealth is distributed.
The rise of the so-called “super-rich” in this new industrial age has created huge economic disparities between people.
While the super-rich have been the beneficiaries of this growth and prosperity, the majority have been left behind.
The economy is now dominated by large companies, not the people.
And it is in this sense that the industrial economy is unique.
Industrial society is not a one-way street.
It relies on people to create goods and for people, not just machines, to produce them.
The people who do the work are also the ones who need the jobs.
When a worker dies or has to go to the hospital, they don’t just leave a memorial plaque and a note, they go to a hospital and collect the remains.
They go back to work.
There is no way for them to take a day off to pay their rent or mortgage or the bills.
They have to work until they are sick, and they have to do it at an extremely high rate.
There’s no way to escape this cycle of poverty, which has devastated millions of people.
It’s a system that can’t be reversed.
How can we change the industrial world?
The answer lies in creating a more inclusive, equitable and sustainable industrial society.
That’s why we need a radical new economic model.
What would a modern industrial society look like?
Industrial society would need to create a new social contract between workers and the corporations that control them.
We would need an economy that creates a better, more inclusive and sustainable future for all of us.
A new industrial economy would be one in which people have control over their own lives, including their ability to leave the house and get away from work, or even their own children.
This is the new economy.
A worker doesn’t just lose their job, but can’t just go and do nothing.
They need to work for a living.
They can’t simply drop out of school.
They don’t simply go into voluntary retirement.
They also need to find new employment.
The key to a sustainable industrial economy comes from the people who control it.
This new industrial society would not only ensure that all people have the opportunity to fulfil their potential, it would also ensure that there is more opportunity for them in a world that’s not dominated by the corporations.
How would this work?
A new system of capitalism would ensure that workers have the freedom to decide what work they want to do, whether they want it to be in a factory or at home.
The workers would have the right to choose the jobs they want, and this would be based on merit.
They would also have the power to determine whether the jobs were necessary, rewarding those who can best fulfil their jobs, or rewarding those that don’t.
These jobs would be in the service sector.
There would be no bosses or supervisors.
Workers would not have to be dependent on bosses to pay rent, pay their bills or provide for their families.
The jobs would only be made possible by the workers themselves.
The workplace would be managed democratically.
In the same way that the democratic councils in the UK, for example, democratically decide whether to make sure a public transport system is running, or whether a private firm should build a factory, the workers would democratically decide which jobs should be created in the new industry.
And the workers who make these decisions would be able to vote on them, with the people that make them democratically accountable.
How could this work in practice?
We could start by establishing a workplace where everyone would have access to the opportunity and freedom to pursue their dreams.
This would be the workplace where people have to learn the skills that enable them to fulfil all their potential.
In other words, everyone would be on a similar playing field in the same factory, where everyone can make a contribution to the economy.
This could be