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Under both capitalism and socialism, industrialism was celebrated as bringing modernity and progress, worth the decades of struggle, upheaval, and violence.
At the center of this fractured saga, whose companion pieces will touch on American utopianism and the birth of 20th-century industrialism, is the eponymous Lydie Breeze.
Confederates boasted that their antebellum culture was more romantic, natural, pristine, healthy and moral than was the bustle, grime and hyper-capitalism of Northern industrialism.
In Pursuit of the Object, at a Proper Distance presents a monument of industrialism as a metaphor for an overwhelming problem.
The Liberal Party’s drive to separate church and state had become viable, as industrialism, nationalism, and secularism rose to prominence.
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: a social system in which industry and factories are the basis of a country's economy
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