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 n.— «In a section devoted to its effect on the unions, he traced the phases of the development of the productive forces under capitalism from the manufacturing phase of simple cooperation to the industrial revolution and large-scale machinery, to mass production, what is known as “Fordism” or assembly line production, in the early 20th century.» —“What makes imperialism a ‘colossus with feet of clay’” by Fred Goldstein Workers World (New York City) Apr. 27, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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