Henry Ford was perfectly tuned to his time. While other automakers were turning out expensive toys for rich men, he made sturdy, practical cars that everyone could afford and everyone could drive. His moving assembly line slashed the cost of production. His network of franchised dealers nurtured car ownership and promoted gas stations and better roads. But when his time passed him by, he couldn't adapt to the new world he himself had made. Here, in this short-form book, is his story.
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Over the past twenty-five years, New Word City's writers and editors - veterans of The New York Times, Newsweek, Time, Harper's, and The Wall Street Journal - have turned out some of the bestselling books of all time. Working closely with clients, the New Word City team has produced more than seventy books, of which more than 7 million copies have been sold. These titles have logged more than 500 weeks on The New York Times, Business Week, and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists.