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Before the advent of the automobile, Detroit was a small, compact regional manufacturing center. In 1900, Detroit had a population of 285,000 people, making it the thirteenth-largest city in the . Over the following decades, the growth of the automobile industry, including affiliated activities such as parts manufacturing, came to dwarf all other manufacturing in the city. These processes, in which the growth of the auto industry had played such a large part, combined with racial segregation to give Detroit, by 1960, its particularly noteworthy character of a substantially African-American inner city surrounded by mainly white outer sections of the city and suburbs.
So in short the industry itself has evolved and not collapsed. Originally Answered: What is the history of the downfall of the city of Detroit prior to the automobile industry issues in the 2000s? It has a lot to do with bankers. The effects are simply seen more in Detroit because of our reliance in the past on the industry for employment. Vertical intergration of industries no longer rules the day. Globalization/out sourcing. Look at who owns Quicken, which is the largest online mortgage company.
The steel industry and machine tool makers also flourished as the automotive industry required ever-increasing supplies . economy was booming, especially the automobile industry. In some years, 10 million new cars were sold.
The steel industry and machine tool makers also flourished as the automotive industry required ever-increasing supplies and components for the engines, chassis and other metal fixtures of the cars. Beyond these basics, every car needed a battery, head lights, interior upholstery and paint. Entirely new businesses, or subsidiaries of existing business, were created to meet the needs of the automobile industry as it grew incrementally year after year. For many years afterwards, American auto manufacturers dominated the world market.