Henry Ford did not invent the automobile, but how did his contributions change American culture and economy?
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Asked By: F Z - 5/16/2011
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It was Henry Ford's desire to provide inexpensive and reliable motorized transportation to people. As part of the process, he developed the assembly-line production method. His workers were paid a relatively high wage for their work, as well - providing some job-satisfaction for what otherwise were deemed as menial... More
Answered By: spiffer1 - 5/16/2011
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I believe he introduced the assembly line..Increased production. Also started producing charcoal.
Answered By: Bluesman - 5/16/2011
Ford and his engineers developed several manufacturing techniques that are still in use today because more efficient means have not been found. The assembly line was but one of those techniques. All that made automobiles affordable to the growing middle class, which for a time turned the USA into the most highly... More
Answered By: Will Nickel - 5/16/2011
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