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Factory: see Car & Manufacturing & Industry & Industrial Revolution & Business & Capitalism & Steam & Work & Engineering & Canals & Electricity & Finance & Greed & Profit & Technology & Science & Tools

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108,301.  Those that work in the mills should own them.  Noam Chomsky, interview Chris Hedges June 2014, Youtube 55.08 

 

 

109,209.  Reuters: Noting that 81 people had just died in a factory fire in China where they had been locked in to keep them at work.  (Factory & Fire)  Noam Chomsky, Clinton’s Vision, lecture Washington 1 December 1993 

 

 

4,394.  By 1950 England has 4,000 factories.  Factories build our world.  (Humanity & England & Factory)  Mankind: The Story of All of Us X: Revolutions

 

 

4,415.  Four out of five factories are in the North.  (Humanity & United States & Factory)  Mankind: The Story of All of Us XI

 

 

5,125.  If I went to work in a factory, the first thing I’d do is join a union.  (Trade Union & Factory)  Franklin D Roosevelt

 

 

5,222.  Now, you stop work altogether.  This is much nicer and anyone can do it.  In fact, the lower-class bastards can no more stop going on strike now than a laboratory rat with an electrode on its brain can stop jumping on a switch to give itself an orgasm.  (Work & Strike & Factory)  Philip Larkin, letter to friend Kingsley Amis

 

 

6,902.  Dumbing the individuals down to that point that he will be a good worker in the factory.  (Education & Factory)  Jim Marrs, televised interview 

 

 

10,206.  In American Landscape [Charles Sheeler] from 1930 a huge factory dominates the scene.  (Art & Factory)  Andrew Graham-Dixon, Art of America 2/3, BBC 2011

 

 

30,457.  1918:  Over one-million British women now work in factories making bombs and bullets.  (Great Britain & England & Factories)  The British VII: War and Peace

 

30,458.  ‘Our faces took on a strange yellow hue ... We were called canaries’.  (Great Britain & England & Factories)  ibid.  diary of women munitions worker

 

30,459.  Munitions Factory: 134 killed in the blast; 250 are injured.  Of the dead, only 32 can be positively identified.  (Great Britain & England & Factories)  ibid.

 

 

31,186.  His factory on the Tyne became Britain’s largest manufacturer of guns and warships.  With the profits of war Armstrong built his very own stately home ... In 1887 he became Baron Armstrong.  (England & Great Britain & Manufacturing & Factory & Arms)  Jeremy Paxman, The Victorians: Having It All

 

 

42,414.  There is nobody in this country who got rich on their own.  Nobody.  You built a factory out there – good for you.  But I want to be clear.  You moved your goods to market on roads the rest of us paid for.  You hired workers the rest of us paid to educate.  You were safe in your factory because of police forces and fire forces that the rest of us paid for.  You didn't have to worry that marauding bands would come and seize everything at your factory ... Now look.  You built a factory and it turned into something terrific or a great idea – God bless!  Keep a hunk of it.  But part of the underlying social contract is you take a hunk of that and pay forward for the next kid who comes along.  (Capitalism & Factory & Rich)  Elizabeth Warren

 

 

48,237.  They opened a giant factory in Dagenham in 1931 – offering jobs to 30,000 workers.  Dagenham was the biggest factory in Europe.  (Cars & Factory)  Ford’s Dagenham Dream, BBC

 

48,238.  The new time and motion world of the moving assembly line.  The worker was a small cog in a giant machine.  (Cars & Factory)  ibid.

 

48,239.  Henry Ford’s regimented time and motion system for making cars alienated much of his workforce.  (Cars & Factory)  ibid.

 

48,240.  By the late 50s around 1 in every 3 cars sold in Britain was made in Dagenham.  (Cars & Factory)  ibid.

 

48,242.  In 1968 Dagenham’s women workers decided they’d had enough and walked out.  (Cars & Factory & Strike)  ibid.

 

48,244.  Those who stayed on the assembly line too long could be driven crazy by the repetitive tasks they had to perform.  (Cars & Factory)  ibid.

 

48,245.  One day in four had been lost to strikes and stoppages.  (Cars & Factories & Strikes)  ibid.

 

 

48,248.  Ford of Britain can produce 3,100 cars a day.  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  Made in Dagenham 2010 starring Bob Hoskins & Miranda Richardson & Sally Hawkins & Geraldine James & Rosamund Pike & Andrea Riseborough & Jaime Winstone & Daniel Mays & Richard Schiff & Phil Cornwell et al, director Nigel Cole, Ford advert

 

48,249.  Now occupy more than seven square miles.  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.

 

48,250.  ‘Those for industrial action hands up.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  Albert

 

48,251.  ‘Machinists threatening strike action – they couldn’t believe it.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.

 

48,252.  ‘That is not unskilled work.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  Rita convenor

 

48,253.  ‘Everybody out.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.

 

48,254.  ‘26,000 strikes in the United Kingdom.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  Barbara Castle

 

48,255.  ‘Because they can.  They’re allowed to pay women a lower wage than men.  All over the country women are getting less because they’re women.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Women & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  Albert

 

48,256.  ‘It’s a glimpse innit of what it could be.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  woman

 

48,257.  ‘This strike is about one thing and one thing only – fairness.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.

 

48,258.  ‘In six months’ time your union won’t exist.  Industry cannot afford to pay women the same rates as men ... It will collapse under the weight of the extra wages.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Equality & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  Ford boss

 

48,259.  Ford Women Fight On ... Tide Turns Against Dagenham Women.  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Equality & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  newspaper headline

 

48,260.  ‘Rights is not privileges.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Rights & Equality & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  Rita

 

48,261.  ‘It was a matter of principle.  You had to stand up and do what was right otherwise you wouldn’t be able to look yourself in the mirror ... When did we in this country decide to stop fighting? ... We are the working classes, the men and the women ... Equal pay for women is right.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Rights & Equality & Principle & Working Class & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  Rita at conference

 

48,262.  ‘What’s worth fighting for?’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  Rita to Barbara Castle

 

48,263.  ‘The government is in full support of the creation of an Equal Pay Act.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  Barbara Castle

 

48,264.  ‘Nobody expected us to come out on strike.’  (Cars & Factories & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Trade Union & Discrimination)  ibid.  striker

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