Fordism

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Ford +‎ -ism, named after American industrialist Henry Ford (1863–1947).

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Fordism (uncountable)

  1. An economic and social system based on industrial mass production, where the worker is paid relatively high wages in order to buy in large quantity the products turned out in mass production.

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