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Why is Henry Ford so significant in American history?

Why is Henry Ford so significant in American history?

Henry Ford was much more than simply a car manufacturer. He came to symbolise the spirit of business enterprise in the 1920s. He was more famous than most presidents; people recognised his name because it was on so many cars. He had a major impact on American society. The image shows Henry Ford and his latest Model T Ford.



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