By Allan Nevins, Frank Ernest Hill
Somebody who desires to see what a suprebly performed enterprise historical past e-book seems like should still learn this one. Nevins and Hill can nearly be stated to have invented the style. It really lives as much as its identify. The authors deftly inform the tales of either Henry Ford and the FoMoCo company opposed to a history of the days which createde their good fortune. the following we see the early Henry Ford (this quantity ends whin Ford used to be fifty two years old), greedy for the way to earn money out of this baby know-how. We additionally see the chaotic country of an which had nice strength, yet which had now not as but made up our minds what the character of its product will be (gas, electrical, steam, instrument for the loads, plaything for the rich). The remedy of Ford's struggle opposed to the Seldon patent is mainly good told.
- Edwin J. Benson
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