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EARLY DAYS: WORKiNG ON THE FORD ASSEMBLY LiNE

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In the early years the Ford Motor Company was making unbelievably big profits and Henry Ford did a few important things to try and cut the profits, as strange as that may sound today. The first thing he did after reviewing the high volume of Model Ts being sold was to cut the retail price by 20% across the board. That actually increased sales and made the company even more profitable. Then,

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