THE AMAZING STORY OF HENRY FORD: The Ideal American and The World's Most Famous Private Citizen A - Complete and Authentic Account of His Life and Surpassing Achievements [NOOK Book]

THE AMAZING STORY OF HENRY FORD: The Ideal American and The World's Most Famous Private Citizen A - Complete and Authentic Account of His Life and Surpassing Achievements

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Scanned, proofed and corrected from the original edition for your reading pleasure. It is also searchable and contains hyper-links to chapters.

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THE AMAZING STORY of HENRY FORD
The Ideal American
and
The World's Most Famous Private Citizen

A Complete and Authentic Account of
His Life and Surpassing Achievements

Describing His Birth and Early Boyhood Days—His Struggles
as a Farmer, Mechanic and Engineer—The Invention and
Development of the Ford Motor Car and Fordson Tractor

Including

A History of the Ford Motor Company and Its Miraculous
Growth—His Defiance of Wall Street—His Famous Minimum
Wage Scale for Both Men and Women and Its Results—The
Peace Ship—His Senatorial Campaign—The Tribune Libel Suit
—The Muscle Shoals Project—His Studies in the Jewish
Question, Etc., Etc

By James Martin Miller

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Also Including:

Henry Ford's: The "New Era" Philosophy


Illustrated from Original Photographs Picturing
The Scenes and Incidents in the Life of Mr. Ford

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and more!

The Ford Manual
(for cars and trucks of 1919, Complete!)
By The Ford Motor Company

(very handy for the collector of the Old Model T Ford Car or Truck...
this section is also generously illustrated with diagrams and photographs)

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The unexpurgated chapters include:

CHAPTER XV. Henry Ford's Position on the Jewish Question
CHAPTER XVI. How Jews Gained American Liquor Control
CHAPTER XVII. The Jewish Element in Bootlegging Evil
CHAPTER XVIII. The Jewish Aspect of the "Movie" Problem
CHAPTER XIX. Jewish Degradation of American Baseball
CHAPTER XX. Jewish Gamblers Corrupt American Baseball
CHAPTER XXI. Jewish Hot-Beds of Bolshevism in the United States

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and the more palatable:

PART II. of the book that includes:

The "New Era" Philosophy
Philosophy on Business Morality, Efficiency, Public Service,
The Treatment of Labor, and Many Other Topics
By HENRY FORD

Contents:

CHAPTER XXII. The "Ford Ideals"
CHAPTER XXIII. The Small Town—Man's Laws and Nature's Laws
CHAPTER XXIV. The Fact Shortage—"Get the Money" Regardless
CHAPTER XXV. Be Very Careful of Success
CHAPTER XXVI. Loyalty Has Two Sides—What Shall Prevent War?
CHAPTER XXVII. The Old Ways Were Good—It Is Imperfect—But It Works
CHAPTER XXVIII. Managers Must Share the Blame—Line Up on Your Own Side
CHAPTER XXIX. Regarding Charity, Welfare Work—Where High Wages Begin
CHAPTER XXX. Ford Ideals, Concluded—Opposite Views, and Both Right!

and the last chapter consisting of 61 pages with 140 automotive questions, answered!

CHAPTER XXXI. FORD MANUAL. For Owners and Operators of Ford Cars and Trucks

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and finally and lastly...
Let this description conclude with Mr. Ford's own comment which appears on page 369 of the hard cover edition (also in this edition) and it may ring a bell:

"Always Insist Upon Genuine Ford Parts

"ONLY Genuine Ford parts should ever be used in repairing Ford cars. Ford parts are specially designed and constructed to meet the various strains and stresses to which the car is subjected.

"Genuine Ford parts are sold at prices as low as is consistent with high quality. It is false economy to buy imitation parts at cheap prices both from a standpoint of serviceability and the possibility of endangering life and limb as a result of using inferior materials.

"If you do not do your own repairing, make sure that genuine Ford parts are used in repairing your car by taking it to an authorized Ford dealer or service station to have the work done."

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There are a total of 448 pages in this volume as they appeared in the hard cover version, including the first 16 pages not folioed in numerical order and the 32 full page half-tone illustrations. Further, this edition is not related in any fashion to: "My Life and Work" which was initially published in the same year.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012829849
  • Publisher: Leila's Books
  • Publication date: 7/8/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 206,429
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Posted January 3, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    Henry Ford provides his philosophy about business, bankers, and other subjects. Great book if you want insight into one of the greatest business minds of the 20th century.

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