Among the productions of mechanic art many are of a form so different from that of their first materials, and many consist of parts so numerous and so nicely adapted to each other, that it is not possible to view them without amazement. But when we enter the shops of artificers, observe the various tools […]
See my people, and hear my theory Of what this country is movin’ toward Every worker a cog in motion Well, that’s the notion Of Henry Ford. One man tightens, and one man ratchets, And one man reaches to pull the cord: Car keeps movin’ in one dy-rection A genuflection To Henry Ford! Mass production […]
Among the abnormal conditions present in modern industrial society are excessive density of population, isolation of man from nature, excessive rapidity of social change and the breakdown of natural small-scale communities such as the extended family, the village or the tribe.
In the ordinary business of life, industry can do anything which genius can do, and very many things which it cannot.
Industrial society seems likely to be entering a period of severe stress, due in part to problems of human behavior and in part to economic and environmental problems.
Industry cannot flourish if labor languish.
Do we realize that industry, which has been our good servant, might make a poor master?
Industry is the soul of business and the keystone of prosperity.
Where there is no desire, there will be no industry.
Industry pays debts, while despair increaseth them.