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Ch. 7 Roaring 20's

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Henry Ford an entrepreneur and inventor who developed the Model T car
Model T built on assembly line. Sold at low price and all were exactly alike and black. Produced from 1908-1927. By 1913, 40% of US cars were model T's. By 1920, half of the world's cars were Model T's.
assembly line workers stand in one place and put parts of the cars together on a moving belt. a car would be built in an hour and a half. Without assembly line, took 12 hours. Ford payed workers $5 a day instead of $2.34 like other workers. Revolutionized industry.
Detroit, MI Ford's first assembly line factory to produce Model T cars. Would become the center of the US auto industry.
Mass Production The making of large numbers of goods that are exactly alike.
Mass Media Public forms of communication that reach larges audiences.
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