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Henry Ford

Henry Ford

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My Life and Work
Henry Ford
 
Table of Contents
My Life and Work..............................................................................................................................................1
Henry Ford...............................................................................................................................................1INTRODUCTION. WHAT IS THE IDEA?............................................................................................1CHAPTER I. THE BEGINNING OF BUSINESS..................................................................................9CHAPTER II. WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT BUSINESS...................................................................14CHAPTER III.STARTING THE REAL BUSINESS..........................................................................19CHAPTER IV.THE SECRET OF MANUFACTURING AND SERVING........................................27CHAPTER V. GETTING INTO PRODUCTION.................................................................................33CHAPTER VI.MACHINES AND MEN..............................................................................................38CHAPTER VII.THE TERROR OF THE MACHINE..........................................................................43CHAPTER VIII. WAGES.....................................................................................................................48CHAPTER IX.WHY NOT ALWAYS HAVE GOOD BUSINESS?...................................................55CHAPTER X. HOW CHEAPLY CAN THINGS BEMADE?.............................................................59CHAPTER XI.MONEY AND GOODS...............................................................................................65CHAPTER XII.MONEY—MASTER OR SERVANT?......................................................................70CHAPTER XIII. WHY BE POOR?......................................................................................................76CHAPTER XIV. THE TRACTOR AND POWER FARMING............................................................81CHAPTER XV.WHY CHARITY?......................................................................................................86CHAPTER XVI. THE RAILROADS....................................................................................................93CHAPTER XVII. THINGS IN GENERAL..........................................................................................97CHAPTER XVIII. DEMOCRACY AND INDUSTRY......................................................................105CHAPTER XIX. WHAT WE MAY EXPECT....................................................................................110THE BOOK ENDS..............................................................................................................................116
My Life and Worki
 
My Life and Work
Henry Ford
This page copyright © 2002 Blackmask Online.http://www.blackmask.comINTRODUCTION. WHAT IS THE IDEA?
CHAPTER V. GETTING INTO PRODUCTION
CHAPTER VI.MACHINES AND MEN
CHAPTER VIII. WAGES
CHAPTER X. HOW CHEAPLY CAN THINGS BEMADE?
CHAPTER XI.MONEY AND GOODS
CHAPTER XII.MONEY—MASTER OR SERVANT?
CHAPTER XIII. WHY BE POOR?
CHAPTER XV.WHY CHARITY?
CHAPTER XVI. THE RAILROADS
CHAPTER XVII. THINGS IN GENERAL
CHAPTER XVIII. DEMOCRACY AND INDUSTRY
CHAPTER XIX. WHAT WE MAY EXPECT
THE BOOK ENDS
Produced by Marvin Hodges, Tom Allen, Tonya Allen, Eric Eldred,Charles Franks, and the DP Team
MY LIFE AND WORKBy Henry FordIn Collaboration With Samuel Crowther
INTRODUCTION. WHAT IS THE IDEA?
We have only started on our development of our country—we have not as yet, with all our talk of wonderfulprogress, done more than scratch the surface. The progress has been wonderful enough—but when wecompare what we have done with what there is to do, then our past accomplishments are as nothing. When weconsider that more power is used merely in ploughing the soil than is used in all the industrial establishmentsof the country put together, an inkling comes of how much opportunity there is ahead. And now, with somany countries of the world in ferment and with so much unrest every where, is an excellent time to suggestsomething of the things that may be done in the light of what has been done.
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